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Old 10-03-2012, 01:26 PM
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Post radio/air vents bezel replace? 2012 big horn

I would like to know if anyone has a part number and/or where to get the huge bezel piece that houses the radio/vents/air control units? I am looking to change it out for one with the wood around the radio/air controls and the chrome around the vents (I believe it is standard in the Laramie).

Also looking to get the side molding that help with door dings from stupid people that park next to me.

Also, lettering removal from side doors? Possible? From what I remember, you can use a hair dryer/dental floss/ goo-be-gone/patience to rid of them?
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You'll need to check with the dealer on the bezel since there are several different part numbers for that piece. As for debadging, I recocmmend using a plastic trim stick to remove the badges and a combination of heat and adhesive remover to get the residue off the paint.
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To get rid of the badges, fishing line, and some goo gone, took me 40 minutes to debadge and clean up whole truck
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