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Old Feb 8th, 04, 4:53 AM
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How is the best way to remove El Cmaino Bed Moundings/Trim without messing up.

Is there a tool that is used to do this.

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Old Feb 8th, 04, 10:40 AM
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The rear corner pieces will come off after you remove the nut/nuts that are inside the rear qtr panel. pull the tail light housing for access. the thick pieces around the rear window have studs that also have nuts on them, but the headliner needs to be out for access to the nuts. The long stainless pieces on both sides of the bed have these "C" shaped clips that hold the trim on. Hope that helps.
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Old Feb 9th, 04, 11:06 AM
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The long stainless pieces on both sides of the bed have these "C" shaped clips that hold the trim on.
After you have the rear corner molding off you can just slide the long trim off by pulling it toward the rear of the car. Easier than trying to pry it off.
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Old Feb 10th, 04, 2:06 PM
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Thanks guys.. This really helps!!!!
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