Re: What's this trim piece called?
I call it instrument panel dash molding and there are several different colors. There's silver which is used in LS/LT and always with the gray interior, then there's milano which is the light wood grain color used in the LT2 models that aren't gray inside, and then there's khoki which is the dark wood grain used in the LTZ model but then there's also a dark silver used exclusively in the LTZ model sporting the brick/ebony interior. Personally, I think the prices these pieces go for are outrageous but must be in high demand which people take advantage of. But the bad part is getting the door trim pieces to match if you decide to change out your trim along the dash because those don't come as separate pieces so either you have to find someone willing to swap with you or buy a whole new door panel for it.
Edit: And you should be just fine to use permanent adhesive on the two arch pieces unless you're like me and decided to paint your interior in which it's a lot cleaner to just remove the pieces prior to painting. But if you're never going to do anything like that, then there's no reason to ever have to remove the pieces. In fact I think the dashboard panels just come with them already installed as they're not truly meant to be removable even though it's possible, it's a huge pain in the rear to do it. So yeah, unless you're going to paint the interior or you want to change them to wood grain, permanent adhesive should be the perfect solution.
Last edited by !Tommy; 07-08-2017 at 04:51 PM.
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