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Check where your bed meets your cab. The plastic strip attached to cab. Adhesive is failing and peeling away.  

 

Anyone else have this issue?

 

Now that I’ve noticed this, quite a few at my local dealer have the same issue. 

 

 

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What is it for?  My guess is assembly protection.  If I'm right, no biggie if it falls off.

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Yeah they don't touch so I'm not sure it's that big of a deal.  

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yeah i don't see how that would be for anything. Mines been like that a awhile, i just ignore it.

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It's there for aerodynamic purposes. 

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I thought it prevented the rubber strip on the bed from rubbing paint off on cab. 

 

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9 minutes ago, HondaHawkGT said:

It's there for aerodynamic purposes. 

The rubber strip attached to the bed, yes. 

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OoooOo i never noticed there is indeed a rubber strip there . i'll still ignore it but yeah guess that's what it's for.

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My 015 is that way on the passenger side has been for a couple years notice it every time I’m washing the truck...

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If the bed rubs the cab you have bigger problems :)

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Had these replaced under warranty during my last service.  Dealer confirmed the strips on the Cab are to protect the paint from the rubber on the bed that rubs on the cab.

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37 minutes ago, gkuklinski said:

Had these replaced under warranty during my last service.  Dealer confirmed the strips on the Cab are to protect the paint from the rubber on the bed that rubs on the cab.

Thats what i was thinking. Thanks for the confirmation! 

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