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This RL has been repaired a few times, using our local PDR specialist.

Each time, it is like brand new and a month later, same small dings appear due to other employees opening a door next to rear tire.

Is there a black rubber molding that could be either permanently or temporarily attached to area above tire?
 

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Each time, it is like brand new and a month later, same small dings appear due to other employees opening a door next to rear tire.
Man, I hate door dings........

The only thing that I found to work, is park about a mile away, take the bus as close as you can get and then get a cab to go the rest of the way. Only kidding. Parking near a soccer mom's (don't want to sound sexists here) vehicle is the worst. Kids love throwing the escape to freedom doors open.

Oh, and when you get back to your Ridgeline, there will still be new door dents.

Good luck on finding something. Remember, not everyone is as careful as Ridgeline owners.
 

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They sell generic rubber moulding that can be attached by double sided tape to the arch of the wheel well. I had some on my ridge when i bought it.It is about 1/4 in thick. Should be enough to keep doors away from the sheet metal.

sportwing.com has alot of these mouldings. Can call them to see if they have. It is called fender trim moulding
 
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