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Old 22-05-19
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Default Gen 4 Door lower cover removed?

anyone ever removed the lower plastic outer trims on the doors, ? cant find any pics but imagine it would look pretty clean.

this is the closest i can see t what it would look like,



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anyone ever removed the lower plastic outer trims on the doors, ? cant find any pics but imagine it would look pretty clean.

this is the closest i can see t what it would look like,



links?
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I kinda like them as they protect the door from other people hitting my car with their doors in car parks. Still doesn't stop damage completely but I feel a bit better about it when it's the plastic rather than denting the door.
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The plastic trims are held on by a number of clips along with double sided tape. The clips push through into the door through holes, thus removing them will leave these holes exposed. See diagram below.
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so their called door garnish any wonder i couldn’t find em.



pity about the holes and that the rear door one incorporates the part of the rear wheel spat. :-(
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Iin certain circled it's called Tupperware.
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