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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-09-2017, 11:32 AM
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I have the chrome strips. they look good. Any tips on removing them nicely?
To remove without removing entire bumper, you have to pull of (at least I had to) wheels, jack up a bit, pull off inner fender plastic pieces (they crack easily), get a suitable torx bit on an extension and eye-ball it up to the screw.

Getting them back on is even more fun.
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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-09-2017, 12:12 PM Thread Starter
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Rumor is it might even be as nice as mid 50s this weekend, hoping to pull off this stuff and hide it in the garage behind the vespa scooters. Then the carcass can be hauled away and everybody is happy

Happy wife, happy life.

PS, she is younger than me so that "20 years from now" analogy is funny, but I'm betting she will still be hot.

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Still have the hvac motor and fan? Also, how about the top rubber seal and end pieces that fit on top of the false firewall?

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I got those.

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What about the ignition switch?
I also have not heard back if you have the fog light surrounds...I have been looking to the passenger side one for more than two years.
let me know....thanks.
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Maybe you can move it around the back of the house

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tis the rainy season. Will gore tex up tomorrow and answer everybody's questions
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OK, trim around fog lights are missing.
Guy from Texas, please call back, I've searched my phone and can can't find your number.

Headlights and front turn signals are gone.

Hey all, I'm in the bar business and sometimes 4AM is my bedtime, on the west coast. So please text or call after 10AM
Thanks
PS, rear lights were unaffected by the crash and are intact.
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