Ford F-150 2004, Pillar Posts by B&I®. Set your ride apart from the rest with B&I Pillar Posts. These stylish Pillar Posts will give your door posts custom detail that’s far from the ordinary. They’re available in stainless steel and carbon fiber, and both install easily with 3M™ adhesive.
- Custom designed for each application
- Precision manufactured for a perfect fit
- Available in stainless steel and carbon fiber
- Easy to install
The door pillars on most cars and trucks are plain, flat expanses that are painted black or body color. They’re dull, boring…and present the perfect opportunity for customizing! Installing aftermarket Pillar Post trim is the perfect way to modify your ride, but unlike other companies B&I gives you your choice of finish, the mirror look of stainless steel or the high performance look of strong, lightweight Carbon Fiber.
The Carbon Fiber Pillar Posts are meticulously crafted for perfect appearance and maximum strength. B&I’s high gloss GemFLEX coating is then applied for protection. Both materials are precision contoured for a perfect fit and clean finished look.
But the best part of all may be that these Pillar Posts are so easy to install. No need for drilling or cutting original factory components. Just clean the area, peel the backing from the 3M™ automotive-grade doubled-sided tape, and press the panel into place. Then stand back and enjoy your ride’s new appearance and all the complements that will be coming your way!
B&I® is a leading manufacturer of trim products for automobile interiors and exteriors, specializing in dash trim, wood and leather wrapped steering wheels, custom dipping, rocker panels, fender trim and pillar posts. The company has over 20 years’ experience in the automotive aftermarket. That experience, coupled with a relentless focus on customer requirements and strategic advantages like in-house design and engineering, lean manufacturing and in-house product testing, enables B&I to produce innovative, cutting edge, high quality products. B&I was acquired by TACNA International Corporation in 2008, and is now a division of that corporation, based in San Diego, California.