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Product description

Rear Upper Tail Light Lamp Vent Cover Guard Trim Chrome for Hummer H2 2003-2009

Specifics
Style Boltover / Bolton / Overlay
Features Made of High Quality ABS Chrome
Color Chrome Plated
Feature:
100% Brand new in box
Enhance the appearance of your vehicle
No modification needed to install
Installs via pre-applied red 3M self-adhesive double sided tape


Fitment:
Fit for Hummer H2 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
Do not fit SUT models
Do not fit models equipped with OEM chrome trim kit

Package Included:
A pair of tail light cover

Note:
Pls confirm the product if it matches your car before you purchase.
No Instructions Included. Professional Installation Is Highly Recommended!

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