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Old 07-13-2018, 02:48 PM   #1
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Can somebody tell me what the interior trim piece in the cargo area that curves and keeps the bottoms of the windows covered is called? the two in one of my wagons have broken off and I need to replace them but can't find them in a junkyard.

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Old 07-13-2018, 11:24 PM   #2
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If I'm understanding you correctly, I believe that it's the lower Quarter Glass Trim here ---> https://www.gmpartscenter.net/auto-p...rear-body-scat item #2 (NLA at this website)

or the lower Quarter Window Garnish Molding here --->https://www.wholesalegmpartsonline.c...category=19531 item #23 (Apparently still available via this website in oak color only. Contact them to find out if it's true.)

As you can see I used the '02 LW200 in each case. Use the websites to check for parts information on the '04 Wagon.

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Old 07-15-2018, 03:26 PM   #3
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Picture of the area in question?

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Old 07-16-2018, 10:35 PM   #4
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The pieces I were referring to hold the cargo cover in place when it's fully extended. I took pictures but unfortunately for some reason when I try to upload them they failed maybe due to size I'm not sure.Scott

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Old 07-17-2018, 12:26 AM   #5
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The pieces I were referring to hold the cargo cover in place when it's fully extended.
Well, now that's something altogether different than what was being described in the original post. Did you see anything in the either of the links I attached to my previous post to determine if there were any items which matched what you're looking for?
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I took pictures but unfortunately for some reason when I try to upload them they failed maybe due to size I'm not sure.Scott
That's correct. In the attachments box there is information which shares the size limits for various file types. Pictures not resized to fit as an attachment cannot be uploaded to the website because they are too large. When viewing a picture using a Windows computer there should be a series of icons beneath the photograph and one should look like a paintbrush laying diagonally over a painting. Clicking that icon should provide another tab with a larger version of the same picture, but this time you should see the word "Paint" in the title of that tab. Click on >Image >Stretch/Skew>enter smaller percentage numbers to reduce the size of the picture until it conforms to a size at or below the maximum allowable KB size: 205.1kb for .jpg images; 150kb for .jpeg images.

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I understand my picture size is too big I just don't know how to make them smaller.

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I understand my picture size is too big I just don't know how to make them smaller.
There's a host of programs you can download that will shrink them, or probably the easiest is to use Windows. One of the windows accessories is called "Paint". If you open your picture in paint, you can use its resize option and then save it as a smaller version.

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