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Old 12-27-2013, 11:25 AM
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tip on panel trim 4 hotrods

I use Bear Claw latchs,like many hotrods,but the little handel { I use a drowr pull] needs some trim around it,so this is what I used. I think other Co. also make def ones but it the idea I'd like to pass along..
The little trim for around the inside door nob is one of these things,I only used 1/2 and made it press in to the door panel with a small bit of glue.
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Whatever works, works, but you can also look at plumbing pipe escutcheons: Escutcheons, hole covers, smitty plates, shower arm wall plates
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Good ideas Dan! ,I picked the one I did because of the size,I didn't care for big around,but needed a 1in. ID.
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Always something to learn here. Still, your post was information we didn't have.
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