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Lexus ES 350, Exterior, Auto Body, Sedan
#1 of 23 Lexus Accesories
Dec 22, 2006 (4:38 pm)
I want to purchase body molding, spash guards, bumper protector etc for '07 Lexus ES350.
#2 of 23 '07 Lexus ES 350 body parts?
Dec 22, 2006 (4:39 pm)
I want to know where to find (oem) or aftermarket body parts for lexus
#3 of 23 Re: '07 Lexus ES 350 body parts? [bkmehta]
Dec 22, 2006 (7:33 pm)
Use Google and type in "Lexus OEM parts"
#4 of 23 Lexus ES 350 Accesories - Bumber Guard, Mud Guards, Floor Mats etc.
Dec 24, 2006 (1:05 pm)
Any website, or place I can find
1. Bumper Moulding or Guards (good looking black/chrome like mercedeze)
2. Mud Guards
3. Body Moulding ((good looking black/chrome like mercedeze)
4 Floor Mats etc
#5 of 23 Re: Lexus ES 350 Accesories - Bumber Guard, Mud Guards, Floor Mats etc. [bk
Jan 03, 2007 (10:42 am)
www.lexus-parts.com for OEM stuff; I don't know of any site off the top of my head for aftermarket--especially ones that carry black/chrome moulding like what you're looking for.
#6 of 23 custom wood paneling
Jan 03, 2007 (8:30 pm)
A couple of months ago, one of us posted a link where interior additional custom wood paneling for ES 350 could be ordered. Could that site be reposted please. I am considering some additional wood over air vents and/or glovebox, etc
#7 of 23 Wood dash kit
Jan 05, 2007 (7:43 am)
Some of you may have used the wood dash kit as per link below:
I would be interested to know your experience. Is it worth the price - $200 for 32 pieces (some will not be used, the kit includes pieces for Nav and non-Nav versions). Thanks.
#8 of 23 What might be a stupid question
Mar 09, 2007 (6:51 pm)
Can anyone tell me how to get the floor mats out of my 2007 ES350? I want to change out the carpeted mats for the rubber winter mats but can't get them off of the little hooks..I'm sure there must be an easy way to do this, but I cannot figure it out...help please!
#9 of 23 Re: What might be a stupid question [tmitch6542]
Mar 10, 2007 (3:49 pm)
Although you can take them off, but you can just put the winter mats on top of them. That's what I did.
#10 of 23 Re: What might be a stupid question [tmitch6542]
Mar 10, 2007 (4:40 pm)
To remove a front floor mat, put your hand on the end closest to the seat and hold it to the floor. Use your other hand to raise the front end of the mat towards a vertical position. Gradually slide the mat towards the seat. That will allow the angle brackets to slip out of their holes in the mat.