My long term project , morris truck v8

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58 MOGGY wrote:Looks like it takes the chrome trim to me


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I'll agree, looks like chrome trim.

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I was thinking it is the one for the stainless trim just wasn't sure ,thanks
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Removed the fuel fill indent a couple nights ago won't need it since my tank is twords the front of the bed, should make for a nice smoother look. I also filled the holes on the top of the bed rails
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Re: My long term project , morris truck v8

Postby emjay » Sun Feb 10, 2019 2:01 pm

It's hard to tell from those photos. One looks like the old style and one looks like the new style. You want to pull the grommet such that the cavity for the trim opens up a bit. The early style for the stainless trim has just a small crack of a cavity. Whereas the later style for the plastic filler has more of a void and is very similar if not the same profile as the rear window.
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