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I am looking at doing a plastic dip on a fuel door but don’t want to ruin mine. I am afraid I wont like the look. I am happy to pay a fair price but hoping to get one free and will be happy to pay the shipping.

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It's riveted onto the body.
 

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Just get some 3m wrap vinyl and cut to size. BTW it's iceberg white, not artic.


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Ok good to know and thank you I will remember that for next time.
 

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Awe ok looked fast and it looked like a set of bolts. Just looked again it is put on by two heavy rivers that could easily be drilled out.
 

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That's why I said, except for the "rivers" part. :lol:
 

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I am looking at doing a plastic dip on a fuel door but don’t want to ruin mine. I am afraid I wont like the look. I am happy to pay a fair price but hoping to get one free and will be happy to pay the shipping.

Trevor

Own 2012 Arctic white with black
I was going to do plastidip, but found this cheap cover instead and painted it with flat black high heat bbq grill paint. Since I have a TTUE, I am never going to drill anything. Black is the way to go. This attaches with 3M tape and fits very tight. It protects the fuel door. Notice the stone chip showing the chrome under the paint.
 

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