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Where to find the black trim pieces under the doors?

Maybe they're called kick panels? I'm not sure, but mine need to be replaced, they're pretty much the only thing wrong with my Commander and I'd like to replace them, so I wanted to ask where to get them third party before I went to the dealership.
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Try ebay or a salvage yard.

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Maybe they're called kick panels? I'm not sure, but mine need to be replaced, they're pretty much the only thing wrong with my Commander and I'd like to replace them, so I wanted to ask where to get them third party before I went to the dealership.
I know exactly what you are talking about; the only thing I have ever seen third party is the metal rock-rails that actually mount underneath them;

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As far as the factory black plastic molded kick-plates themselves, I think the only place you will be able to get new replacements is from the dealership.


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Thank you both!

Since I don't want to spend that kind of money, I guess I'll be calling a salvage yard or going to the Jeep dealer. Thank you!
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I'm going to buy bed liner spray from Advanced Auto and pull these, scuff them and then spray them. I think it will look good and be durable.
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I think they're called door guards. protect your doors if you open them too hard or other ************ opening their doors too hard.
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I'm not sure if you've tried to pull them yet, but they're held on by small plastic tabs that tend to break, so you'll want to be very careful if you want to reuse them.
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I'm going to buy bed liner spray from Advanced Auto and pull these, scuff them and then spray them. I think it will look good and be durable.
Post some pics when you're done so we can see how they turned out.


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i've pulled mine off many times, they're stronger than most clips thankfully.
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/i haven't done it yet, I hope to do it tomorrow since I'm off.
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