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post #1 of 14 Old 04-11-2019, 11:49 PM Thread Starter
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Wj Looking for Overland door cladding

I managed to order a set for the drivers side (left) from ebay and I searched Mopar's website and they only have the left side as well. Does the right side not exist?

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post #2 of 14 Old 04-12-2019, 01:53 AM
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Theres an overland at the local express pull n save. Any color you're looking for? The one here is silver. But it has just about everything still on it.

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Theres an overland at the local express pull n save. Any color you're looking for? The one here is silver. But it has just about everything still on it.
It doesn't matter what color because I can just paint it but if it's black that's even better.
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It doesn't matter what color because I can just paint it but if it's black that's even better.
The one out here is silver. Let me know if you want it. I can probably slide out there sometime next week? Monday or Wednesday. Is there a difference between the overland cladding and the limiteds?

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The one out here is silver. Let me know if you want it. I can probably slide out there sometime next week? Monday or Wednesday. Is there a difference between the overland cladding and the limiteds?
I've actually never been to a U-Pull but it turns out there's a few around me and one has a bunch of Jeeps. I wanna check there someday before getting a delivery. (Should have done that before ordering that other set but whatever)
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Thats on my to do list I need both sides!
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Whatís the difficulty level on removal/replacement? Any clips that will break? I have a Laredo and thought I might one day install the Limited/Overland cladding as it looks nice.
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So the ones on the fenders have screws and some press clips, not very hard to remove. The doors are also clipped in, I haven't found any screws that hold these in. They all also have double sided sticky foam tape that secure them.
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Whatís the difficulty level on removal/replacement? Any clips that will break? I have a Laredo and thought I might one day install the Limited/Overland cladding as it looks nice.
The very small pieces next to the wheels are screwed in but the bigger pieces have adhesive near the bottom and clips up top. You can tear them right off (slowly), just be careful about bending it.
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Hey @metaphlie whats the difference between the limited and overland cladding?

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I have a go at an answer. I think theyíre the same.
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Overland cladding has a chrome stripe on top.
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Hey @metaphlie whats the difference between the limited and overland cladding?


The limited has two ridges or body lines, while the Overland has 1 and a chrome strip above.


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The limited has two ridges or body lines, while the Overland has 1 and a chrome strip above.


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Ah, fancy! I may have to grab those and bed liner them to match my overland rails I got!

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