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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-15-05, 06:08 PM Thread Starter
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Question EF Trims

Hi guys, just got myself an EF Fairmont Ghia, and i was just wondering, some of the woodgrain inserts, and the rear left side plastic trim between the door and windshield are coming off due to clips on them being broken.

I was just wondering what you guys reckon is the best way to fix these? source down new ones from the wreckers with the clips in tact and try to replace? some sort of glue? etc etc

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Re: EF Trims

if the trim itself is still good you could just glue them back on.

if the clips are still there but broken off, you might be able to glue the clip part back on the trim with super glue/ locktight/etc or you could just use a dab of silastic or stikaflex or get the hot glue gun out .

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