2012 Chevy Tahoe Door Sills

    • Putco® - Stainless Steel Door Sills
      Universal Stainless Steel Door Sills by Putco®, 1 Pair. Give your vehicle the individual custom look with Putco accessories. Produced from high-grade materials, they ensure high durability, while the mirror-like surface enhances the exterior...
      Our price: $73.14 - $85.85$73.14
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    • AMI® - Door Sills
      Chevy Tahoe 2012, Door Sills by AMI®. Pair. Personalize your door sills with a set of AMI billet aluminum sills, in a variety of patterns and finishes. These are machined from aluminum plate stock, not stamped from sheet metal.
      Our price: $80.81 - $91.35$80.81
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    Customer Reviews
    5(5)
    1996 Chevy Corvette
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    "These are very nice. Glad I paid the extra money and didn't order the cheap plastic kind. My installation in a '96 convertible was a little different that shown. First, the space between the door and where you are supposed to drill the hole is too small for me to actually drill the hole. As a result, mine were attached using only the two existing holes, and there were no screws in the door that had to be replaced. It was a very easy two screw installation that (so far) appears very secure. Great product! "

    5(5)
    1996 Chevy Corvette
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    "My 1988 Corvette needed these door sills to finish out my restoration. Thanks to CARiD, they made it happen with quality customer service. I am a customer for life."

    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Chevy Camaro
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    "This is a great product and looks good. Would recommend."

    4.5(4.5)
    2013 Chevy Camaro
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    "The door sills fit well, but have small bubble in the lettering that wasn't visible till after installation and protective plastic was removed."

    5(5)
    2007 Chevy Silverado
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    "I would recommend this product, it is made with high quality material. The fit on the door sill was perfect, the price was very good and service and shipping were prompt. I will use CARiD again."