The F-250 and F-350 pickups were introduced in 1999 as the Ford F-Series
Super Duty model line. The F-350 Super Duty truck utilized the unmistakable
framework of the lightweight F-150, along with having a standard
5.4-liter gasoline V8 and a 7.3-liter PowerStroke Turbo Diesel that let this
truck become capable of offroading with ease. A heavier-duty chassis and
suspension elements made this truck capable of hauling large loads and
storing them. Ford continues to upgrade this model with better features and
more power, so whichever model truck you own, why not make it more
unique on the road using a simple yet effective method in the form of a
self-adhesive set of vinyl pillar post trim or a pillar wraps in any color
or finish to choose from?
Give your pillar posts a custom upgrade with Rtrim™ Pillar Post Trim.
Select from a variety of different colors, patterns and finishes to suit
your tastes to liven up your car's dull or scuffed pillars with your own
style. The useful aspect about Pillar Trims is that the material is made
with air-egress, pressure-sensitive adhesives, so applying it is incredibly
easy along with having a semi-permanent nature so you can remove it whenever
you want with no damage to your truck's original paint. These trim kits are
precisely machine cut to fit your truck's exact model and year.
If you're more of a creative person when it comes to customizing, and
don't want something that is precut, then take a look at out our extensive
catalog of 3M™ and Rwraps™ Pillar Wraps. With over two hundred unique colors
and finishes to select from, we're confident that we will provide you with
something that will suit your vehicle. Manufactured from the same aspects as
our Rtrim™ Pillar Trim kits, these will be uncut sheets that will provide
you with the results you desire.
Applying a precut Rtrim™ F-350 kit will be a breeze for you. In as few as five steps you
can completely enhance the look of your Ford F-350. You will only need a heat gun, squeegee or application card, rubbing alcohol and a lint-free
cloth to get started. Next, follow these five steps:
Once you've applied your kit, make sure to leave a review for it and submit your pictures
for our Cash Back Rebate program. Plus, when you review your trim you can
get an additional ten dollars off any other purchase on our site.
The schematic above shows you exactly where your pillars are and the
areas where pillar trim is most often installed. Just in case you're still
unsure we've spelled it out a little more clearly:
Your truck's roof support posts on both sides of a vehicle's windshield
are known as A pillar posts. On a typical sedan, other pillar posts are
situated between your back and front doors (B pillar) and on both sides of
the rear window (C pillar). In SUVs, Minivans and Wagons
with extended cargo areas, the C Pillar is the vertical structure behind the
back door while the vertical supports at the rear of the car are referred to
as D pillars. B-pillars are important structural aspects that can also be
customized to give a personal touch to your truck.
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