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      11-16-2019, 02:01 PM   #1
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FS: OEM Walnut Trim Set w/Silver Accents

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Up for sale is a 6 piece OEM walnut trim set. I recently swapped out the trim to change up the look a bit, but there is nothing wrong with this trim set.

I did my best to capture the condition and beauty of this trim. There are superficial hairline scratches that are unnoticeable. This trim in in great shape aside from one minor scratch on a door trim piece as seen in pictures. (Sorry for picture orientation - the site decided to rotate some of them?)

Looking to get $400 shipped in US48. I'd be happy to send any additional pictures or provide install steps before purchase! Thank you!

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      11-18-2019, 11:08 PM   #2
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Not looking to purchase, but have a quick question about removing the door trim pieces. Did you have to remove the whole door panel to get the wood trim pieces off? Are they bolted from the back? Thanks FREE BUMP
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      11-20-2019, 11:13 AM   #3
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Not looking to purchase, but have a quick question about removing the door trim pieces. Did you have to remove the whole door panel to get the wood trim pieces off? Are they bolted from the back? Thanks FREE BUMP
The door trim pieces each have two small screws holding them on from behind the door panel. The guides posted around here suggest removing the entire door panel to access, but I found it very doable if you just pry off the top half of the panel. There is enough flex in the door panel that it's pretty easy to access the door trim screws that way. Way easier and quicker than removing the entire door panel! Hope that helps- thanks for the bump!
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Couple interests, but no takers yet. Bump!
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