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Every driver enjoys climbing behind the wheel of an attractive vehicle. That’s a fact as old as automobiles themselves. Sometimes, we get frustrated when searching for the right ways to dress our rides up a little more. Thankfully, there’s always a solution that is not only easy, but timeless and effective, as well… Chrysler Town & Country Chrome Trim invites a unique blend of flash and class that distinguishes your vehicle from the rest. CARiD carries a complete lineup of Chrysler Town & Country Chrome Accessories just for the occasion. Take your pick from Pillar Posts, Port Holes, and more to find the standout look you’ve had your eye on. All of our Chrysler Town & Country Chrome Accessories are comprised of ultra-sturdy Stainless Steel and ABS plastic. Plus, installation is no sweat at all! Chrysler Town & Country Chrome Trim sticks right onto your exterior using auto-grade 3M adhesive (included backed to each piece). You’ve finally found a way to shine above the rest. Take advantage of it…

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      (116 reviews)
      # sp408
      Window Trim by SAA®. Push your vehicle’s style to the next level with the chrome-style window trim package from SAA. Laser cut from high quality, mirror polished stainless steel, each unit is durable and designed to last....
      $38.25 - $218.59
    • SAA® Chrome Pillar Posts
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      # sp403
      Chrome Pillar Posts by SAA®. Spice up your vehicle’s appearance with the chrome-style pillar post trim from SAA. All parts are made of high-quality mirror polished stainless steel. The units install quickly and easily using the...
      $27.32 - $174.87
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      (113 reviews)
      # sp560
      Rocker Panels Trim by SAA®. Bring style to your car with SAA's rocker panel trim that looks like chrome. The panels are manufactured using high-quality stainless steel that is mirror polished for a sleek, modern look. 3M adhesive...
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      (71 reviews)
      # sp395
      Chrome Fender Trim by SAA®. Complete your vehicle’s style with the elegant wheel well trim from SAA. Each unit is made of high-quality mirror polished stainless steel to create a chrome feel and ensure unmatched durability. 3M...
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      (140 reviews)
      # sp563
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    • RI® Fender Trim
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      # sp564
      Fender Trim by RI®. Add some shine and protection to your vehicle with these attractive fender trim moldings. The highly polished, mirror-like finish will enhance your vehicle’s appearance and they’ll protect your fenders from...
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      # sp442
      Mirror Covers by SES Trims®. Are your mirrors black or body colored? Are they chrome but weathered and impact damaged? Then bring some shine and protection to your mirrors with these Chrome Mirror Covers! They're made from tough...
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      (71 reviews)
      # sp501
      Stainless Steel Pillar Posts by Putco®. 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...
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    • B&I® Fender Trim
      (88 reviews)
      # sp3626
      Fender Trim by B&I®. Allow the beauty of your vehicle to shine through by tricking it out with the sleek styling of this brilliant fender trim. Made from premium grade 430 stainless steel, the pieces protect the edges of your...
      $64.99 - $84.99
    • RI® Gas Cap Cover
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      # sp687
      Gas Cap Cover by RI®. Make your car look like it just left the race track with this racing inspired fuel door cover. This cover emulates the real thing without the installation hassle.
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    • SAA® Mirror Covers
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      # sp646
      Mirror Covers by SAA®. Chrome out your precious vehicle with stylish SAA Mirror Covers. They are made of heavy-duty ABS plastic for exceptional durability and triple chrome coated for the thickest and shiniest finish. Installation...
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    • RI® Stainless Steel Pillar Posts
      (58 reviews)
      # sp686
      Stainless Steel Pillar Posts by RI®. Add some shine to your vehicle with these mirror-look Stainless Steel panels. These attractive panels will distinguish the sides of your vehicle.
      $13.37 - $121.18
    • B&I® Pillar Posts
      (223 reviews)
      # sp107
      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 plastic chrome and carbon...
      $29.99 - $74.99
    • RI® Chrome Mirror Covers
      (73 reviews)
      # sp685
      Chrome Mirror Covers by RI®. Make your vehicle look like a luxury model with these Chrome Mirror Covers.
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    • RI® Chrome Tail Light Bezels
      (88 reviews)
      # sp721
      Chrome Tail Light Bezels by RI®. Get custom looking Taillights without the hassle or expense of replacing the entire unit. These Bezels will enhance the style of your OEM Taillights.
      $54.45 - $124.97

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    • Exterior Accessories
      Since the demise of built-in running boards after World War II, auto manufacturers have been using rocker panel moldings to dress up a vehicle area that would otherwise be plain-looking and nondescript. Technically, a rocker panel is the section of a vehicle’s body below the doors and between the front and rear wheel wells. For decades, stainless steel molding strips were installed over rocker panels for styling purposes and to protect the body from stones and debris. Typically, a value-priced base model would have no rocker panel moldings at all, a higher-trim level would feature a slim molding strip just below the doors, and the most expensive version of a car would be equipped with wide rocker molding sets that extended further up onto the doors.
    • Exterior Accessories
      One of the more eye-catching tricks automobile manufacturers have used to differentiate higher-priced luxury versions of a car model from value-priced versions of it has been to vary the amount of chrome trim on the vehicle. Base model cars and trucks (also known as "strippers" or "entry level") have little if any chrome while luxury and top-of-the-line ones have the most chrome. In years past, plain Jane cars were simply painted in all areas instead of being chromed. In more recent decades, the low-cost replacement of choice has become black plastic. This makes base models easier than ever to spot because the eye catches hard on black plastic. Completely missing is the pleasing chrome finish on grilles, door trim, mirror assemblies, light bezels, and other areas. Base models end up looking more like fleet vehicles or work trucks than anything prestigious, especially to people who aren't automotive enthusiasts.
    • Exterior Accessories
      The brilliant gleam and glimmer that comes from bright chrome and polished stainless steel can transform almost every part of your vehicle! Besides the great selection of trim accessories, you also benefit from the high quality of today’s chrome and stainless steel parts.

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    Chrysler Town and Country Chrome Trim Reviews

    Average rating:  5  4.9 - 41 reviews
    5 of 5
    2008 Chrysler Town and Country / Posted by Raul (Loveland, OH) /

    These were installed on a Town and Country 2015 Touring-L. These were a great investment. They are polished stainless steel and they are very shiny. These really are 5.75" in width, as described, not the 5.5" found else where like on eBay. They fit perfectly, but be warned, you really have to "pre-fit" or "dry fit" or "try-it-on-first" for fit before removing the adhesive backing paper. I'd say use a grease pencil to mark your limits on the car's body or use painters' blue or green tape to "mark" your limits. They fit like a glove on the vehicle but you have no room for error so "measure first before sticking the plates" to your car. Also invest on a quality rubber roller. The roller made a massive difference (made it very easy to get a good bond) and I used it on the plates before removing the top-layer white protective film as the instructions call for. I used general purpose adhesive remover spray and also alcohol (do not mix both) to clean the car's painted surface. I was able to remove any wax I had previously applied to the car's painted surface. Also you get 4 plates per side, the first plate by the front wheel and the 4th plate by the rear wheel actually cover the whole surface width, meaning, they do not leave any uncovered painted surface, unlike other similar products that leave out about an inch or so of painted surface. in the event you want to add chrome wheel well edge protectors, which I did not care for in my case. Also, my vehicle is equipped with the Mopar (Chrysler OEM part) molded mud guards. The front plate fit under the mud guards perfectly and did create a gap between the mudguards and the vehicle's body, even after the plate was sandwiched in between the car's painted surface and the MOPAR (Chrysler OEM part) molded front-wheel mud guards. The rear-wheel mud guards are irrelevant and will not interfere with the installation at all. The plates are strong to be so thin, but you may want to be careful not bend them either way. Removing the adhesive backing paper is very easy. The product comes well packaged and well protected to ensure the contoured of the plates remains protected during shipment. Yes! the plates are contoured to the vehicle's body shape. After carefully measuring and pre-fitting multiple times, I started to stick the plates to the car on a top-to-bottom fashion. This way if there is any excess plate material, it will not stick on the top of the car's body surface, where you will run out of space for the plates to stick on, due to the car's body contoured (shape), concerned about the plates sticking too far down and hitting the cars bottom body assembly every time you open the doors? Don't be after all that you get about 1mm of distance between the bottom of the plates and the car's body. In other words, a great result which has not interfered with the doors' operation whatsoever! Have a great time and BTW I had never done this before, I watched You Tube videos, so if I can do it, you can do it too!! :-) Cheers!

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