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GN1220



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PostSubject: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeMon Feb 22, 2016 5:53 pm

Does anyone have the part number for the corner trim, right, left or both? I've been poking around and any exploded view I've found lists all of the discontinued parts and numbers except for the corner trim. I'm pretty sure there are zero left on the planet but I'm determined to find some sort of replacement clips for these pieces and since it appears the clips were only available with the trim I need to start there.
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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeThu Feb 25, 2016 8:47 am

If
you are talking about the lower rear moldings, under the taillights, here are the numbers...
LH- drivers side--------12523183
RH-passengers side----12523182
both were discontinued on 9-1-2007
Actually, these are the last numbers. Both were superceded a couple of times during their lifetime.
earlier numbers were - RH 10109602
10108890
10230188
LH 10109603
10188891
10230189
So you have 4 numbers that will fit each side. Happy hunting.
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papa



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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeThu Feb 25, 2016 9:29 am

The retainers ( clips) were serviced separately. They are identified by color. White was part # 10135799, black was part # 10135800, and red was part # 10150901. Hope this helps.
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Fred Kiehl

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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeThu Feb 25, 2016 10:15 pm

I have a pair with the clips, but the retainer tangs are broken. They were held on by a screw under the black plastic strip. If you put them on the car, and put a tight fitting grommet over the pins, that should hold them. You could use a collar with a set screw as well.
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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeFri Feb 26, 2016 7:27 pm

Thanks guys but I don't need the trim, I just want the clips. I also want to find a suitable clip replacement to help others who might be in need of clips. And the corner trim is only held on with two clips, white and grey.
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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeSun Feb 10, 2019 3:01 pm

i have the same problem. my passenger trim was under the 3rd seat when i bought my car. here is what i found.
https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipPv5bzRBOx9n8zSuGZ0iJHHXVK9r4OGPWrkGyU

i have the base of the T brackets but the grey prongs are gone and the white pins are missing the spears and are just open at this point.

https://photos.google.com/photo/AF1QipMUI-rdSBrnUR5UYCGcIZjF-ugMwJfpwAImJek

i have been looking for these but as you said they don't exists anymore. my thought is to find some door panel nylon rivets at a auto parts store and cut off the old pins with my rotary tool and glue or epoxy the new rivets onto the plastic bases i still have and see it they hold up.
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Fred Kiehl

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There is a thread on this either here or on ISSF. The person drilled holes where the pins are/were, and putting a long tree fastener in the hole, and into the bracket on the corner.
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PostSubject: Re: RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part#   RMW Corner Stainless Trim Part# Icon_minitimeThu Mar 21, 2019 11:43 pm

Or, you can use 3M strip caulk, over the broken tabs. If the point on the mounting tab is still there, a little of this miracle product will hold it in place-it's been holding mine for 5 years or so. If you don't know what it is, it's kind of like a slightly sticky chewing gum, that never gets hard, or stains. It's a body shop staple, and it's used when making new cars to cover seams.
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