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Finder Trim kit? Is there a OEM one, or OEM look alike that's aftermarket?

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I've already ordered Husky liners for my rear fender wheel wells, but is there a fender trim kit that looks factory? Something similar to what the GMC Sierra's have?

I have seen images of 2500HD's an 3500HD's with a finder trim kit, will these work on the Trail Boss/1500?
 
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Excellent fit and finish. Not difficult to install but take your time. I did it solo but a second set of hands would have been helpful. I guess it depends on who the second set of hands belong to🤣
 

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Excellent fit and finish. Not difficult to install but take your time. I did it solo but a second set of hands would have been helpful. I guess it depends on who the second set of hands belong to🤣

Jmzvet, I picked up a set, from the dealer to install on my '21. I couldn't justify the dealership wanting $150 in labor to install. I figured how hard could it be??? I thought they simply installed with 3M tape and didn't realize that it also included an adhesive. I'm assuming the tape wasn't enough to keep them on is why the adhesive is included. Is the adhesive part of the install difficult to deal with?
None of the videos I've found even mentioned adhesive. THANKS in advance
 

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I think its more of a sealer to keep water out and the 3M tape does the actual bonding. It comes with a diagram to show you where to put the sealer.
 

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Do it yourself. I brought mine to the dealer and they scratched the paint putting one on. Going to fast and not paying attention I’m sure.

Hard to see in pictures but very noticeable in the light with a clean vehicle. Paint correction with light polishing didn’t touch them.
 

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Those don't look like scratches to me, it looks like glue residue. GM does have accessory fender flares that only stick out .75". I had found a set on ebay for $300, but I need something wider than that to cover my tires with my aftermarket wheels.
 

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Those don't look like scratches to me, it looks like glue residue. GM does have accessory fender flares that only stick out .75". I had found a set on ebay for $300, but I need something wider than that to cover my tires with my aftermarket wheels.
I thought it was glue too when I picked the truck up. Didn’t give it a second thought. Had paint correction done during my ceramic coating and the detailer said abrasions that wouldn’t budge.
 

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