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    just wanted to know if its possible to remove the silver trim from my ls door panels and fit to some new door panels with wood effect trim. think it is possible but would I have to cut old one off somehow and glue/bond new one on. thanks

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    The strips are riveted on , you need to take the door panel off and remove the rivets from the rear , then bond the new ones on.
    To be honest , it's normally people wanting to get rid of the walnut ones in favour of the silver.
    Maybe it's worth asking if anyone would like to do a straight swap of door cards , it would only take about an hour to do it.

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    just bought a new leather trim and it has horrible wooden look trim on it...i like my old grey/silver ones and think they would be much nicer. pics to follow once fitted.

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    Oh ok , it reads as though you want the wooden ones , instead of the silver ones.

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    think the wooden ones are for rovers not vectra's. what a horrible idea. would like to keep my silver ones as they are IMO the best colour. apart from carbon which I also like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poves View Post
    Oh ok , it reads as though you want the wooden ones , instead of the silver ones.
    Thats the way i read it easy enough to do Glenboy did his a while back sure there was a thread about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmac View Post
    Thats the way i read it easy enough to do Glenboy did his a while back sure there was a thread about it
    cheers for that...found the post:http://www.vectra-c.com/forum/showthread.php?t=59923

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