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Sierra chrome window trim and I know I'm being very picky on this.....

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On 8/24/2020 at 9:23 AM, flyin99 said:

HI all.........got a new 2019 Sierra Limited and through all of the "excitement", I guess I missed this. It's like the window trim on the back door goes up hill a bit and doesn't align with the front door. Is there a way to get these straight or just deal with it?  Thank you all. Appreciate any input.


If this bothers you, don’t look at the Rear bottom corner of the crew cab doors. They stick out with a large gap by design. 

It’s also bothered me how the rain water just runs on part of the inner door plastic frame. 

To keep things in check, I just look at the gaps on my 1979 K10 and 1997 k1500. Wow, there isn’t a gap that matches on those generations. Now my 2018 looks amazing. GM has come a long way! I think they actually started caring about body panel gaps on the 2007.5 GMT900 generation and up. Before that it was “good enuf”. 


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