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Old 03-07-2015, 05:18 AM   #1
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Entrance Carpet Trim

I was wondering if anyone knew the process of removing the TRIM around the top of the entrance steps on a 02 DSDP. I`m getting ready to replace the carpet, and the rest of the replacement seems pretty straight forward just the TRIM at the top of the steps may be a bit tricky. Any help would be appreciated.


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Is it a normal metal trim for a carpet where rug is inserted and trim is closed down on carpet, to remove carpet would have to open folded trim.
Trim would be nailed down before placing carpet you may just need a new trim for your new carpet.

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Old 03-08-2015, 06:15 AM   #3
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It appears as though the Trim is a bolt through the floor design. This is the trim in front of the Pass seat that lines the entrance steps at the top. I attempted to give it a tug without using a prying tool, and it appears to be more then nailed down to the ply. I was replacing the sway bar bushings yesterday, and it was difficult to see around the outside of the step well from the underside to see whether it was bolt through, or not. I guess I will let all know when I replace the carpet this week what I find. I would think it is removable.
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