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So on my C6, there was a plastic piece on the edge of the door where you place your fingers to press the pad and open it.Two fingers and a thumb did the trick without leaving a thumb print on the outside. No such piece on the C7. Does anyone else miss it, and is there an after market piece? Thanks.
 

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Although this does not directly identify what you are looking for, would some Xpel Ultimate in that area work for you?
 

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Just use your two fingers and pull, if you want a piece of plastic on the outside , cut a piece of xpel and put it on. Amazon sells small rolls of xpel for door sills, i have done the inside of the cup on mine.
 

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Just use your two fingers and pull, if you want a piece of plastic on the outside , cut a piece of xpel and put it on. Amazon sells small rolls of xpel for door sills, i have done the inside of the cup on mine.
I did this as well Glen, I put a piece in the cup and a flat piece about 2x2 on the outside. Worked great. I figured that over time the paint might dull or something from pushing the door shut.
 

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Check with West Coast Corvettes for the kit.

So on my C6, there was a plastic piece on the edge of the door where you place your fingers to press the pad and open it.Two fingers and a thumb did the trick without leaving a thumb print on the outside. No such piece on the C7. Does anyone else miss it, and is there an after market piece? Thanks.
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Outside no protection, inside cup yes Xpel wife has several rings, the only jewelry I wear is a thin wedding band since 30 Nov 1985 (best day of my life)!!!

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Rick
 
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