Discussion in 'Mopar Body and Trim' started by doopdoop67, Dec 6, 2018.
Hi guys I’m trying to remove this trim. Do you guys know how? Lol I can’t figure it out
It pulls off from the bottom. If your fingers are very tough, they can hack it. Otherwise, an old fashioned bottle opener works great!. I'll grab a pic or two.
Just be gentle so you don’t scratch or dent.
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I’ll give that a shot of the paint mixing stick doesn’t work out. Thanks for the tip!
Good idea thank you! I’ll let you guys know how it goes
this is 2015 if you did not find out get a chevy just ask old shops a tool or you can remove.?
old shops have tool. take tmeand how u r don. ant hard.
Damn I thought is was 2018...
The Not only that but he beats him up on not knowing and tells him to get a Chevy! What a douche bag!
I used a can opener and a pair of channel locks w/ the spring groove in the end of the teeth. Be careful u can do some damage to them!! PRY UP FROM THE BOTTON OF THEM, SLOWLY..
Here’s a handy tool I use to remove the drip rail. And by the year of the thread, I’d say this is one of my first threads here! Drip Rail Removal Tool
The tool id called "a church key". Using 2 of them helps . Put tape on contact points .
I like the paint stick idea .
Hang on it with all 8 fingers and use your thumbs to roll the bottom off. Alan
I learned a long time ago, back when I was drinking, to stay off public forums when you're on the booze. Lol
Of course it did!
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