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B Pillar Trim Piece

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I tried search every term I could think of before I decided to post this, so I apologize if there's a thread about it already. 


I was wondering if anybody knows of a place where you can buy the gloss black B-pillar (aka door pillar) trim found on the LTZ/High Country trucks. Or perhaps a GM part number since I haven't had much luck finding that either. I'm not a fan of the matte finish on my RST.




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  • 10 months later...

I put a piece of gloss black vinyl on the B-pillar and the texture showed through quite a bit. You could knock it down with some sandpaper, but it'd be a shame to damage the part. I may try throwing two layers on to see if that does the trick. Vinyl seems to adhere to itself pretty well, so no great chance of it failing.

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There's gloss black stick on pieces for sale on ebay. I'm actually going to buy black stainless ones to match the Putco black stainless letters in my Custom grill.

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Do you know how to get these pieces off without breaking any clips? I'm not a fan of the gloss actually and want to wrap mine in flat black to match my chrome delete. Wrapping always gives much better results with the piece off the vehicle.

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