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Old 06-09-2002   #1
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anyone have body side trim on their coupes

ive been thinking about getting the body side trim on my coupe after noticing a ding on my door the other day. does anyone have this on their coupes? is it worth getting? any pics?
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I have the dealer installed body side moulding on my 02 Coupe. The installation looks like it was done at the factory & the paint (Titanium Metallic) matches perfectly. The moulding is located at the widest part of the door & so far no dings.
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Hey it may prevent "some" dings, but watch out for SUV's cause the door edge on dem SUVs are pretty high.. i got a dent on the bodyline in my rear panel... that's pretty high up if you ask me... so the molding might help somtimes[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif[/IMG]

Minotaur...anyone can install those moldings.. they just stick it on, it's self adhesive...
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[hr]does anyone have this on their coupes? is it worth getting? any pics? [hr]
I have this on mine, I think it is definately worth it. When I first got it I thought it looked funny but I got used to it and now I think it looks kinda cool. I just took pictures of my car earlier today, as soon as I get them done I'll put it up under members section cause I need to update the pics. I'll let you know when they're there so you can judge for yourself.
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yeah pics would def be nice [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif[/IMG]
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hey macko is right-
it may save some, but after a while the dings will start to acumulate. it still amazes me how some people have no respect and are so careless about opening their doors. i was thinking about buying it for mine, but the best prevention is parking all by yourself far away from anyone else! plus, you burn some calories in the process!
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yeaah Pedrito has some search members rides
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I wonder how it would look to put like red ones on my white car.
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yeaah Pedrito has some search members rides[hr]
I just stole your tagline and posted it on the C-Span political forums.
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Yeah I been thinking about doing the same. Sure moldings won't prevent all dings, but it's a step in the right direction. I just saw Pedrito's ride with the moldings and it doesn't look half bad. The moldings blend in with the rest of the car.
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I'm sure mine have saved me a couple of times, the moldings make my car look a little different, which is a good thing when you drive a civic.
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