Pinch Weld Cover-Up: Don't Use Adhesive Trim

Garrett301

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Yes, zero issues with the steps and the rocker armor coexisting. It's a bit of a pain installing with the steps still on but I made it work.
I'm thinking of installing these along with the Go-Rhino DSS slider-step which on another B6G thread seem to sit a bit higher and tighter than the OEM steps. My question is, how much space is there left between the OEM step and the rocker panel protector in your setup (which looks great!)? I'm wondering if things will get too tight if I try to install both the Rhino DSS and this protector. Thanks!
 

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I don’t believe so. The 3M tape seal on the top is air tight and if moisture does get in there are recessed areas on the bottom for water to drain.
Thanks... I began to think that it's probably 3M sealed on the top outside edge 👍🏻
And I'd probably add some rust inhibitor to the seam before I put it in
 
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