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GMC window border chrome delete??

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Hey everyone, I’ve got a black 2020 GMC Sierra SLT. I love it, however I’ve been curious as to what it would look like without the chrome going around the doors windows. Has anyone deleted this chrome and would be willing to share pics? I can handle the door handles and side mirrors but the chrome around the windows seems a bit much. 

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On 11/12/2021 at 10:17 AM, DustSierra said:

Will look good. Not that expensive to wrap it. Do it and post pics.

Yeah I’m leaning that way. Today on my phone I played around with color on a picture of my truck and deleted chrome with a few different iterations. I came up with deleting the door handles, door trim border, side mirrors and around the fog lights. There’s still chrome but it’s not all I see now when I look at the truck. I don’t mind chrome at all but I just want a different look. I’ll attach the pic. One is off what I listed above and the other pic is with the door handles with chrome still which isn’t a bad look either. Let me know what y’all think. Ignore the messy painting on the pics, lol it’s the best I had to work with. 



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  • 3 weeks later...

Looks good. If I had a black truck, I'd black the whole thing out. Bumpers, badges, mirror caps, etc. 


It's not hard to do it yourself and doesn't take very long to do. Buy a cheap heat gun and cartridge knife from Walmart and watch a couple Youtube Videos. Most of the time is spent disassembling whatever you're trying to wrap. 


It's one of those things you don't wanna do wrong or it will look like you have a ricer though. But Avery or 3M vinyl is cheap, very cheap and if you screw it up you can just take redo it. Not into tinting windows myself, but vinyl is a no brainer. 

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