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I recently removed my drip rail molding for a repaint. Underneath, I found the 1” body molding connector on each side. CI description implies these are only used on cars without SS drip molding. Should these be removed to allow SS molding to fit better? Will they easily pop off or are they welded on? Thanks.

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How did you remove your drip rail without removing these connectors?

The drip rail with the SS trim cover, does not use that connector.
 

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How did you remove your drip rail without removing these connectors?

The drip rail with the SS trim cover, does not use that connector.

thanks for your reply. I did not remove the drip rail. Only the SS drip rail molding was removed. I’ll try to gently pry off the connector so the new SS molding will go on easier.
 

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I am sorry I replied to your post. I was just speaking from the experience I had with my 67. The SS trim, I had/have on my drip rail, is much too tight on the drip rail to allow for a clip, like you say is on your 68.
 

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As Rogerh said. Those need to be removed. I have an SS with stainless drip rail moldings and those are nowhere to be found on the car.
 
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