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doorsill

The horizontal board or metal plate on the floor directly beneath a door; covers the joint where two types of floor materials meet; also called a saddle.
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Nu Image of Corona, CA, manufactures custom dashboards, instrument panels, and doorsills including dashboard inserts that feature gauges surrounded by "flames.
The "right amount" of inflation is specified by the vehicle manufacturer and is displayed either on the vehicle's doorsill, glove box door or fuel door and is also listed in the vehicle owner's manual.
The interior feaA[degrees] tures aluminium pedals and doorsill plates among other aluminium highlights.
By morning we'll be children feeding on manna a new loaf on every doorsill
Inside, M Sport models have sports seats upholstered in blue shadow cloth Alcantara, anthracite headlining, M designation doorsill finishers and a short-shift M gearlever with a perforated leather gaiter and handbrake lever.
Hedman asks Flippen about the blood on the doorsill and step.
The interior trim includes a sports-style combination of cloth and leather, leather steering wheel, special doorsill finishes and anthracite headlining.
The TeleRadial can be used to accommodate a low terminal floor height in conjunction with low aircraft doorsill heights.
Make a note to order a set of aftermarket doorsill covers and instant them after greasing their undersurfaces as well as the metal sill itself.
Drivers can find the recommended pressure specification on the inside of the driver's side doorsill and inside the vehicle owner's manual.
Unique features include the F SPORT steering wheel and shift knob, Silver Metallic interior trim, aluminum sport pedals, and aluminum doorsill scuff plates.