I have to agree with Mcderms, it looks fab with the extras on. Really draws the eye to them :mrgreen:mcderms said:I think the car looks absolutely fabulous with all of its accessories, and especially with the side sill trims, Taffy !
Really pulls things together with the wheels, chrome window trims and the roof rails
I've got all the same trims, plus the tailgate trim (all still to go on, after 4 months :shock: :shock: ) - but not yet the side sill trims; think I may well invest in the ones I've just seen on eBay :mrgreen:
All looks great, especially with black paint, which I love (just chose Rodium mysellf as I have had quite a few black cars, and they take a huge amount of care & attention to keep them looking great) - and the location looks great too.
They're genuine SEAT parts.....£190, Taffy - probably what a dealer would charge (well, I think it's Saggy's local dealer's eBay shop in any event).Taffy2 said:Cheers McDerms, do the eBay ones fit into the groves on the black plastic like the seat ones. Very expensive for what they are but must admit I think just as you say they do go well with roof rails and window surrounds and that appearance justifies the extra exspence.
Like Fred99 said (and for some of the front & rear bumper trims which are significant in size), I think these really need the adhesion of the primer as well as the double sided tapes. I find the instructions for these types of things generally not very helpful, so rarely use them. I've also not seen the back of these trims, but I can imagine what they might be like with the tapes, based on the accessories I do have.Taffy2 said:I agree with you on that one Mcderms, you might be able to help me out and tell me why they don't want to stick very well to the plastic on the doors. What am I doing wrong, other stuck fine