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    hi,i own a 94 m3 cab,now i must of spent near on 400 pound replacing my door trims due to theft,has anyone got any ideas of how i canget around this prob,could the trims be removed and the doors filled smoothed and sprayed or am i just talking crap,please help am at my wits end,thanks.
     
     

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    the door rubbing strips?
    they are e36 M3 specific so a target for 316 wannabe's :(
    it would be possible to do what you've described,but i expect it might wind up being quite dear...most bodyshops will give a quote for this type of work
    what i've felt,what i've known
    never shined through in what i've shown.

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    I personally would not remove the strips and smooth

    Far better to get them bonded on
     
     

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