Reproduction Black front and rear trim

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    badazz81z28 Veteran Member

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    Anyone use this blacked out front and rear window trim?
     
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    Ever find out anything about these?
     
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    I see that everyone is saying that the new black out trim is new and fits better, I am interested too
     
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    I actually scuffed the OEM trim and painted with SEM trim.
     
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    Well, I know you are fussy, if that is the correct word, particular? Maybe a better word, sooooooooo , how did you rate the results? And any pictures??
     
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    Very well...The trim I got had some small dents that of course are driving me to keep my eye open for replacements, but it turned out well. The SEM lays down really smooth...unlike any spray paint I have used before.
     

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    Thanks, I really like it, that is a satin finish? It looks a little bit more glossy?? then flat , I like the look!!! Did you really just scuff the factory trim? It looks like it covered well and I don’t see any sanding marks, I have a bunch of factory trim to try on!!
     
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    I wet scuffed it with a red scotch bright. The sheen is satin.
     
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    Thanks, I love the look, I will have to give it a shot!
     

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