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Old 04-09-2017, 01:32 PM
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Copy that. Still learning this forum lingo stuff. Not much of a computer guy. I leave the computer stuff to the kids at work. What I'm really in the hunt for is drip rail molding for a super cab, the rest of my stuff is decent.
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Copy that. Still learning this forum lingo stuff. Not much of a computer guy. I leave the computer stuff to the kids at work. What I'm really in the hunt for is drip rail molding for a super cab, the rest of my stuff is decent.
Super Cab drip rail mouldings are as hard to find as Amelia Earhart, Jimmy Hoffa and Judge Crater, 3 famous 20th century missing persons.
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Old 04-09-2017, 02:38 PM
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Awesome, so to make the ones I have work I am guessing they were expanded wider initially and then some special tool to crimp them to grab the drip rail. Are my assumption is correct can I gingerly spread them wider and then figure out a way to get them to crimp?
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So chrome drip rails for a super cab are as common as anything interior that is green. Love a challenge!
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