I will have to talk with my dealer then..maybe I can get them to do it for free too.docnlaw said:Dealer installed the assist steps, the rest I did. The assist steps involve removing the tires and the dealer did it for free and only charged for the steps. Go for it all, she will love it and the moldings should protect from stray shopping carts and car doors.
Hey, I've got competition.....and he's got good taste in colors too! :thumb: ;D Great job!docnlaw said:Thank you Smokin SRX for your inspiration. Used a heated garage and installed my accessories. Happy with the results! All of the tips were utilized during the install and it was easy as 1....2....3. :thumb:
That is a bummer! A good craft/hardware/body supply store will have some 3-M adhesive tape, but beware, you need a very high quality tape, to last!! Don't accept regular craft adhesive tape designed for INDOOR projects! The one with black rubber edges is usually great!!OKCCowboy said:Does anyone here know where to get the 3M tape that is used to hold the emblems/body side moldings on?
I have ordered the chrome tri-shield (like the one on the steering wheel) for the vehicles, but they do not have any adhesive on them. I am thinking that I will put the tape on the back and cut out around the tri-shield, etc... That way the color of the car will show through, much like the Buick logo on the back.