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PostPosted: Sun Apr 12, 2009 5:02 pm 
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I noticed today looking at my SLE that one side of the rear body side molding was a little bit further back then the other side. I looked at the ends and it appeared as if it had moved back on the door, i could see the imprints from where it used to sit. Its not a huge move, but i could push it back up to the edge of the door no problem...just kind of worries me, anyone have this problem before? i dont want the bodyside to start falling off lol


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You could probably pull it off and have it re-applied with double sided tape.

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thats what i was thinking. would a regular body shop do something like that u think?


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My grandpa had his fall off on his PA, the mechanic just put it back on with double sided tape. He isn't even a body guy. I'm sure a body shop would do it, but I don't know for how much. Probably a half hour of labor, since you have to remove the stock tape and residue, and put the new tape on and line the piece up.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:06 pm 
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yea thats what i was thiking, i work at an automotive plant i can get the double sided tape easy lol


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