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Old 05-19-2005, 11:44 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Get the 2005 Focus ST look.

Do you want to give your sedan an ST look with SVT mirrors and glossy pillar trim? Here are all the parts you would need.

SVT mirrors
1. 2M5Z-17682-BA (right assembly)
2. 2M5Z-17683-BA (left assembly)
3. 2M5Z-17D742-PTM (right mirror cover paint to match)
4. 2M5Z-17D743-PTM (left mirror cover paint to match)
B-pillar trim
1. 3M5Z-5420554-AAA (right)
2. 3M5Z-54255A34-AAA (right)
3. 3M5Z-5420555-AAA (left)
4. 3M5Z-54255A35-AAA (left)
C-pillar trim
1. 3M5Z-54255A63-AAA (left)
2. 3M5Z-54255A62-AAA (right)

I like having a ZTS-ST.


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Old 05-19-2005, 11:47 PM   #2
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Got any pics Tundra?

What do you mean by the C-pillar trim? I've seen items of exterior trim for the B-pillar to make them glossy not matte, I'm assuming that's what you mean for those, but the C-pillars?
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Old 05-19-2005, 11:55 PM   #3
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I would like to post pics soon, Lil PZEV. On the rear doors, there is vertical dark trim which is the same color as the B-pillar. The trim is against the edge of the glass towards the back of the rear door. Maybe C-pillar isn't the best way to describe it, but I could not think of another word.
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Old 05-20-2005, 12:07 AM   #4
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I would guess that's the C-pillar myself... just can't think of the part on the car, maybe it's a sedan thing my hatch doesn't have, or doesn't show as prominently? I'll do a quick scroll through the Sedan gallery and see what you're saying.
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Thanks for the part #'s. I have been wanting some of those glossy pillars myself for my ZX3.
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Old 05-20-2005, 04:06 AM   #6
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I believe the part numbers would be different on the zx3 than the sedan.Those part numbers are for a sedan.I also got a question.How do you get the C pillars off and install the new ones, i heard they are installed wierd.
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Old 05-20-2005, 02:18 PM   #7
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1badassfoci, I'm not sure. I had a body shop do it. I am not mechanically inclined, so a body shop does my mods for me. For a hefty price, of course.
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Well maybe i will get some and have a bodyshop install em'. How much was it for both of them??
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I got $26.90 and $26.61 for the 2 C-pillar part numbers off fordparts.com or about $36 for each as "List Price". Also fordparts says this about shipping charges: "S&H will be 10% of the your total purchase, with a $9.95 minimum."

So even with shipping it's probably cheaper to order off the site than go to you local dealer without shipping cost, if they charge you the list price.
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