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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-12-2009, 01:39 PM Thread Starter
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How do you remove the interior plastic trim pieces? also the trim on the door around the window and door locks?
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gCobalt05 would know. He changed the stock interior trim to the red pieces.

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gCobalt05 would know. He changed the stock interior trim to the red pieces.
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Really? I thought you purchased that red interior trim kit from GM. Damn fine painting job lol.

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Really? I thought you purchased that red interior trim kit from GM. Damn fine painting job lol.
Lmao thanks! I get that a lot. People are like, did you have that professionally done?

Its simple man, there are how-tos on it and stuff.
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thanks guys!! and sorry for not searching first!!
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thanks guys!! and sorry for not searching first!!
No problem!
Just check out the sitckies, most of the LEGIT threads get "stickied" at the top of each thread page
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i didnt see one for how to get the plastic trim off of the doors?
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i didnt see one for how to get the plastic trim off of the doors?
maybe this will help

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