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Old 12 Apr 2004, 09:43 pm
R.M.
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Default Interior trim piece question

Could someone please tell me what the 'politically correct' terminology is
for the plastic interior trim pieces located at the door sill areas of
cars/SUVs/trucks? I am referring to the plastic trim pieces that are
positioned over the outermost edges of the carpet--and are completely
exposed whenever the vehicle's door is opened. You know, the interior trim
pieces that have a tendency to get scuffed up worse than most other interior
pieces from getting in and out of the vehicle. :-)

Thanks in advance for clarifying this for me!

R.M.


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Old 12 Apr 2004, 09:55 pm
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R.M. wrote:
> Could someone please tell me what the 'politically correct'
> terminology is for the plastic interior trim pieces located at the
> door sill areas of cars/SUVs/trucks? I am referring to the plastic
> trim pieces that are positioned over the outermost edges of the
> carpet--and are completely exposed whenever the vehicle's door is
> opened. You know, the interior trim pieces that have a tendency to
> get scuffed up worse than most other interior pieces from getting in
> and out of the vehicle. :-)
>
> Thanks in advance for clarifying this for me!
>
> R.M.


Door Sills ? Scuff Plates?
Why must it be politically correct it's only a piece of metal?


Mike


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Old 12 Apr 2004, 10:01 pm
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"Artfulcodger" <mcbat@rogers.com> wrote in message
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>
> R.M. wrote:
> > Could someone please tell me what the 'politically correct'
> > terminology is for the plastic interior trim pieces located at the
> > door sill areas of cars/SUVs/trucks? I am referring to the plastic
> > trim pieces that are positioned over the outermost edges of the
> > carpet--and are completely exposed whenever the vehicle's door is
> > opened. You know, the interior trim pieces that have a tendency to
> > get scuffed up worse than most other interior pieces from getting in
> > and out of the vehicle. :-)
> >
> > Thanks in advance for clarifying this for me!
> >
> > R.M.

>
> Door Sills ? Scuff Plates?
> Why must it be politically correct it's only a piece of metal?
>
>
> Mike


Wow. It appears as though you took the 'politcally correct' comment
seriously. Just a figure of speech there Mike. I've heard some of them
referred to as plastic/metal door sills.
I was just curious.

R.M.


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Old 13 Apr 2004, 05:02 am
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"R.M." <nobody@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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> Thanks in advance for clarifying this for me!


They are door sills, sweet and simple.


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