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07-13 Fender Trim

Hey guys anyone know of any company that makes painted or paintable almost flush mounted fender trim for the 07-14 GMC sierra 2500's? I would like to have ones that look like the 15 and newer ones that sit almost flush with the fenders. I have a 13 2500 denali hd and I dont want the big offroad style fat fender well moldings and Im not sure I like the ones that Bushwacker says are the OE replacements for this body style. I have put some pics down below to show what id like to have .
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Ez mount or something like that

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no that sent me to brackets. I want the trim itself.
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https://www.realtruck.com/bushwacker...EaAlzlEALw_wcB. ????

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https://www.realtruck.com/bushwacker...EaAlzlEALw_wcB. ????

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Not those. Im looking for the thin ones like the new model trucks have. like the ones in the pics I posted.
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The new style has a totally different style of fender. There is door panel type clips that hold the flair on. The trim appears flush to the fender on the new trucks. Something impossible on the older models. So basically what you are looking for doesn't and cant exist. Something similar like previous post Is the closest you could achieve.

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The new style has a totally different style of fender. There is door panel type clips that hold the flair on. The trim appears flush to the fender on the new trucks. Something impossible on the older models. So basically what you are looking for doesn't and cant exist. Something similar like previous post Is the closest you could achieve.
Yeah I know it doesn't exist but Im still thinking someone makes a trim for the fenders that are like the thin 1-2 inch wide chrome ones or something similar but in black. Which I may have to find some and have them powder coated black to match the truck. Just something to finish off the look of cleanliness. It just seems like the fenders are missing something small.
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Been looking at these but they show the wrong truck with them on but the description says that it fits my application. Sent them a email yesterday and nothing back yet.
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My experiance with the small chrome ones is they look ok but there are problems caused by them. They have a tendency to wear into the paint so without repaint they can't ever be taken off. They also tend to hold dirt and water accelerating rust in the wheel wells. They are also typically attached with screws. So with the new bare metel and the tendency to promote rusting causes me to not ever want them on my truck.

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My experiance with the small chrome ones is they look ok but there are problems caused by them. They have a tendency to wear into the paint so without repaint they can't ever be taken off. They also tend to hold dirt and water accelerating rust in the wheel wells. They are also typically attached with screws. So with the new bare metel and the tendency to promote rusting causes me to not ever want them on my truck.
Yeah Iím not. Fan of those either for that reason exactly.
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