I see where you're coming from but frames are boxed now a days so unless it's done in a pristine environment and can't be fully submerged then moisture is likely going to be locked in. The backside of a panel is exposed so it can also dry. Also panels are typically treated in some way in a decent environment or dipped into some type of anti corrosive coating. Nothings perfect and it's all point of view or opinion.
Ya that email is full blown retail pricing. You can do a lot better. Pros are you have a warranty, the only con is if you never use it and just waste money. I guess it's a pro that the truck didn't break though!
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So it's freezing cold here and I removed my door panel to have a dent pulled out. While reinstalling I snapped the plastic piece that holds the locking rod on the lock actuator. Wondering if anyone has an old one laying around they don't need? I'd hate to spend over $100 for a little plastic piece and I don't have a 3D printer to try to make one. This is on the right rear door (passenger)
No they are not. There are HID which were standard and a "full LED" option. The way to identify is the turn signal on the LED headlights is on the bottom half of the lens, not in the middle.
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