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Never done this before.... how do you remove the drip rail trim on a 76 280z?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

dgi

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Never done this before.... how do you remove the drip rail trim on a 76 280z?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

dgi

 

 

Well, the short answer is: "VERY CAREFULLY"

 

I've been looking into this myself & have heard this is a good method to start...

 

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I made a tool with an old flat head screwdriver and a torch. Worked quite well. Must be extremely gentle with few playing cards on the first spot.

 

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Fuck..,

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if you have strong fingers you can role it off same as the guy describes in the video 

some are harder than others but once it is started just gently work it off 

i have don many by hand but every once in a while they are bugars 

the wood stir stick is a great idea to avoid damaging the trim 

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PLEASE DO NOT DO IT LIKE THIS BOZO DID.....

 

https://www.youtube.com/embed/x5RKJJ28XG4

IF YOU THINK ABOUT TRYING THIS ON YOUR 240/260/280Z TRIM 

i have some for sale to replace it because it will be trash

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