A small tool comes with the door edge guards. You mark where they will go on the inside edge of the door and simply run the little tool between the marks along the edge of the door. It trims the excess sealant slicker than Dixie. Trust me, I had never done it either and it was dirt simple. Just a quick touch-up job and tap the door edge guards in place and you're done.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by bcuinohio:
Trim the sealant? What does that involve? </font>
Not to worry, Pep Boys or AutoZone have it and it's about the same price.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by bcuinohio:
Just my luck. I went to HandA's website to order them. I was going to order the door guards, touch up paint and the wheel locks. After I went to the checkout it warned me that they wouldn't be getting any touch up paint in my color until 3/30/02. The door guards aren't much good If I don't have any touch up paint. I e-mailed them to see what's going on. It's hard to believe that they can't get touch up paint for a color that has been out since the 2002's were released.</font>
Why is trimming the sealant necessary?
<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by FW_in_OKC:
bcuinohio, you won't be sorry about your purchase. The door edge guards look great and so do the wheel locks. About now, you're asking yourself "Now, where can I keep the key for the wheel locks?".
Check out the post in http://www.odyclub.com/ubb/Forum20/HTML/000129.html
Just one of several ideas.
How about an update bcuinohio. Did you get the guards installed and was it difficult?bcuinohio said:The door edge guards, touch up paint and wheel locks that I ordered for HandA showed up yesterday. I am very happy with the service of HandA. They said that my order would arrive on 03/06/02 and it did!
[This message has been edited by bcuinohio (edited 03-07-2002).]