: Chrome molding on drivers door cracked....



Salvage101
01-03-12, 12:03 PM
Sup guys, The chrome molding on my drivers door cracked and i would like to replace it. Problem is i been looking online for a day now and cant seem to find it. Sooo who can point me in the rite direction as to where to find one. The dealer is prob going to charge $150 for a stupid little piece so im trying to avoid that option for rite now because i got a few minor things i have to fix on the truck, just that piece is bugging me the hell out.

Salvage101
01-11-12, 01:27 PM
wow, any takers?

hcvone
01-11-12, 03:01 PM
I coundn't find anything on them which is pretty strange

murphy
01-11-12, 05:37 PM
Do you mean this ? http://www.partstaxi.com/parts/2009/CADILLAC/ESCALADE/PLATINUM/?siteid=215330&vehicleid=1442952&diagram=GC07710&diagramCallOut=2

hcvone
01-11-12, 07:17 PM
Do you mean this ? http://www.partstaxi.com/parts/2009/CADILLAC/ESCALADE/PLATINUM/?siteid=215330&vehicleid=1442952&diagram=GC07710&diagramCallOut=2

I would have bet the house that the chrome part was a second piece, and would have lost that bet, good find Mr M :)

murphy
01-11-12, 08:10 PM
I would have bet the house that the chrome part was a second piece, and would have lost that bet, good find Mr M :)
I call that a "girl" look (yikes :) )

hcvone
01-11-12, 10:04 PM
I call that a "girl" look (yikes :) )

So let me get this straight, we are both driving girly trucks??????? Just doesn't seem right. :(

murphy
01-11-12, 10:07 PM
So let me get this straight, we are both driving girly trucks??????? Just doesn't seem right. :(

No..no..when I ask my wife to find something and she can't and I do so for her I claim she did a "girl" look...nah..forget it..:)

hcvone
01-11-12, 10:10 PM
No..no..when I ask my wife to find something and she can't and I do so for her I claim she did a "girl" look...nah..forget it..:)

Ok I feel better now ;)

Salvage101
01-11-12, 10:13 PM
Do you mean this ? http://www.partstaxi.com/parts/2009/CADILLAC/ESCALADE/PLATINUM/?siteid=215330&vehicleid=1442952&diagram=GC07710&diagramCallOut=2

yaaaaa buddyyy :banana:...thank you sir :D

murphy
01-11-12, 11:33 PM
yaaaaa buddyyy :banana:...thank you sir :D
Pleasure..that's what this site is all about :) quick tip...trace the old moulding outline with a pencil before removing with fishing line in sawing motion..clean off old adhesive..new piece should be peel and stick..:)