To get in to them, first bend the plastic trim away that wraps around the inside of the window. I might make a short video of it and up it on youtube so people understand. The picture is kind of far but thats all I have of it for now. I've recommended this to all the guys over at 1addicts. I removed all my trim and only damaged the passenger side rear window trim. Just spray and let sit.
Pic8 - the red circles show where the plastic perimeter clips are located, and the long oval shows the 6 metal clips along the top of the panel. For me, it was a pain in the ass to wash keep your microfibers far away. You'll see my Alpine White F10 near the top of their Gallery page. I wanted to leave them and paint them on the car, but I didn't want to mask the whole car. I'll do it this weekend. Complete shipping and return policy information can be found in our. Once you have your fingers behind, work your fingers in both directions giving slight pulls as you go to get the clips to pop along the panel edge.
That's it for mechanical fasteners, the rest is all clips. It drives me nuts Everytime I look at at those spots. The weatherbar is removed starting from the door edge. They like to get stuck and not come out of the hole once completely loosened, don't worry, you can get them out once panel is off. May 25, 2017 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes.
If you're using a debit card we suggest you switch to a credit card. Most companies just wrap them in situ. The chrome ones are notorious for bending, not much you can do about this. I managed to remove all 3 by bending the plastic trim that wraps around the inside of the window rather than taking the doorcard off see picture x below. Theme days You're welcome to post anything you want within our rules. The C-pillar is located at the rear window.
Remove these and you simply slide the trim up and out to release. Hey guys, a few months back I decided to blackout the chrome window trim on my 335i. I want to remove the Chrome window trim and get it powder coated Black Matte. I then got a cloth in the edge of it to help me pull it up and slowly worked along the door. Its just a case of removing these screws and sliding them out.
If we get a chance to perform the procedure, we will be sure to document it. The door trims just pull straight up. There are plenty of people on here that have had tint shops put the vinyl wrap on and had no problems. Just need to heat the vinyl enough to stretch it round the edges and you can tuck it quite neatly in. The tricky part is the rear window trims, where it meets the really big upper window trim part. They seem to be easier if you start from the front of the panel, closer to the hinge. I bought mine pre cut from a member on here from his ebay account.
For first timers, this should take approximately 10-20 minutes per door. Yep, all the trim is plastic bro. I have a 335i Coupe 2007, with Chrome Window Trim. You will be credited for your original invoice amount, less any discounts received. The tricky part is the rear window trims, where it meets the really big upper window trim part. The B-pillar is located between the driver and passenger door. This is the trim I bent and it was because I started at the back of the car and got to the weaker part before the majority of the trim was released and it buckled! I tried putting it on and all these bubbles formed and lines were being made within the vinyl.
And for the life of me I couldn't get them in 100% the same, because of the aluminum material and they bend, now the edges pop up and it's the only thing I hate about my car. The key here is to push that lower window trim out towards the front of the car with the door open. We also provide inexpensive and guaranteed 3 day, 2 day, and Overnight shipping options, so if you need your Molding - Driver Side tomorrow, eEuroparts. The wrapping isn't bad at all. I'll be recommending this to all my buddies. Lasted about a year before showing any wear.