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I don't even know how to begin describing these. I have these "baseboards" that are on the doors of my frontier. They're the kind seen in this picture that bow outward. I know on some models these don't exist and it's just a curved trench.

If I remove these, is it flat underneath?
 

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I don't even know how to begin describing these. I have these "baseboards" that are on the doors of my frontier. They're the kind seen in this picture that bow outward. I know on some models these don't exist and it's just a curved trench.

If I remove these, is it flat underneath?
When I purchased my Frontier the Dealer offered them as a "dealer installed" option. They told me the door guards were "peel & stick" with no modifications to the doors.
I opted out.


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When I purchased my Frontier the Dealer offered them as a "dealer installed" option. They told me the door guards were "peel & stick" with no modifications to the doors.
I opted out.

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That's a nice frontier! So I could easily just remove them with some heat. But then I'd have that curved area. Hmmmmmmm. Maybe I'll just paint them.
 

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In the pic:
Door guards for ding protection...that are a bit overkill due to the step rails kind of providing the same function by protecting from neighboring vehicles/flinging doors in parking lots/etc... Don't forget - dings can happen in our own garages, too.
 

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The moldings ARE peel and stick, hair dryer will remove them.

I think they look a lot better then a dent but that is JMO.

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I wish that they had them in a matte black color like the mirrors and door handles on the SV models... I think that would go great with gun metallic and step tubes...
 

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Yeah, those are just there to protect from door dings in parking lots, they protrude out the farthest on the sides to make first contact. Easier to just paint that, or replace it if it did ever get a big ding.

Blow dryer might not be strong enough, but a heat gun should surely do it
 

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I wish mine had them


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