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How to remove belt molding 3dr bumper?

Old 16-03-2019, 05:54 PM
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How do you go about removing the belt molding strips from a 3dr cosworth front bumper?

My end brackets are broken and i need to get to the pop rivets to drill them out.

And if anyone knows where to get replacement brackets that would be a bonus.

Thanks in advance!
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They are just stuck on with tape.
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Hi, just use a hot air gun, warm them up gently and peel them carefully, they can be reused if you don’t stretch the life out of them ,
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