Blacking out/ Removing lower window trim on 2015?

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  1. Matt Ostrem

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    Looking to get rid of some chrome and was wondering if anyone has messed with the strip under the windows?

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    SSVs come with a black version....also if you dont use the door buttons, vinyl wrapping it would be super easy
     
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    I actually replaced the black with the chrome........so going the other way should not be hard at all. After you pull the trim panel, 2 small screws front and back of the chrome molding, and then you use your Belt Molding Puller Tool and a few well placed upward pulls will take the molding off the door. They are "pressure fit". Don't worry about the driver door buttons. Those buttons come on the new molding you are going to buy.

    You can look at a tool from Lisle at this link:
    https://www.walmart.com/ip/Lisle-LS...62587&wl11=online&wl12=28490518&wl13=&veh=sem
     
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    Why is it that any time there's something that sounds like it could be a potential PITA, there's always a Lisle tool for it???


    Is that those guys' whole business model?
     
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