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View Poll Results: What to do with moulding
Put the new bed on and leave the existing moulding on my truck 0 0%
Take all the moulding off 14 73.68%
Put new moulding on the new bed 5 26.32%
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Old 03-01-2009, 06:48 AM
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I'm putting my already Line-X'ed 08 bed on next weekend Anyways, the new bed doesn't have the body moulding on it like my old one does. I don't know whether I should leave my old moulding the way it is, put new moulding on the new bed or take all the moulding off my truck. I need your input. Here's a pic of my truck now..... (I circled in red what I'm talking about)


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take it off for a clean look if there arent no holes behind it
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Lose the molding!
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take it off for a clean look if there arent no holes behind it
A friend of mine took his off and there are no holes behind it. I kind of like the way the moulding breaks up the white/clear/chrome but I can't picture what it would look like without it
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just look at my truck lol. no moldinds and no emblems
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or get them painted WHITE i kinda like the moldings when they match the truck my .02
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just look at my truck lol. no moldinds and no emblems
Do you have a big, side pic of your truck that you can post? ( I know you do, I saw one in another thread yesterday but I'm too lazy to search )
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Old 03-01-2009, 07:06 AM
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or get them painted WHITE i kinda like the moldings when they match the truck my .02
I'm entertaining that idea also. I'm usually pretty careful about not banging my doors into stuff but there's been a few times that they've saved my a$$. And also, there have been a few times that they've saved other people's a$$ that have thrown their door open into the side of my truck
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wow you are lazy


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wow you are lazy
Sunday is a day of rest Thanks for the pics
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