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Tri-Five Sill Plates Comparison - A Clean Entry

Tri-Five Aluminum Sill Plates From Pete’s Fabrications

Jul 11, 2011
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The sill plates, or the strips of aluminum along the bottom of the doorjamb, serve two functions: They hide the body seam and the raw edge of the carpet. If you notice, we didn’t say they look cool. The factory did put some style in them with a bit of texture and a Body by Fisher logo, but every stock car has the same exact set. These often overlooked strips can be replaced with something that looks better, offers more protection, and also does the job of the stock piece.

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Pete's Fabrication
270-842-6016
http://www.petesfab.com

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