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I was looking at Marky Mark's Tundra (I think it's his anyway), and I saw how he removed the black vinyl panels from in between his doors. I was wondering if this is the same for all of the Tundra's? If I remove these panels off of my CrewMax, will it be blue under there like the rest of my truck?

See... Here is his:

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Yes there are a couple threads on this. It is painted the same color as the truck.

You have to peel it off carefully, polish it up a bit. Some people like it/ some don't.

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mine had a scratch in it from when i bought it so i took mine off... i didnt really care for it anyhow so it all worked out! beware though its not the easiest material to take off. took me a lil bit to take it off then i had to use goo gone to get the rest of the sticky residue off. i love the way it looks now though!!
 

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Some people found when they removed the vinyl strip the paint under it had blemishes and they had to buy new strips to cover it up again
 

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I have heard a few people complain that the paint had blemishes in it, or was even thinner than the rest of the truck. If I took these off can they be put back on?
 

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I have heard a few people complain that the paint had blemishes in it, or was even thinner than the rest of the truck. If I took these off can they be put back on?
you take it off for good. if you have doubts then don't do it.
 

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So I just did mine Saturday. Now all I need to do is order up the matching handles and mirror cap.

 

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I am still conflicted on the look. I agree with some that the all black and front rear tint gives the cab a longer look. The paint seems to make the doors look scrunched together. Fortunately there is Plasti-Dip. Did not know about it back then. Now not so scary to do. Cheap to get the OEM look again.
 
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