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Old 10-03-2003, 10:03 AM   #1
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How do i make Clear Corners. I need good directions. I am real slow at this. I am also sorry if this has already been asked but i can not find the topic.
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How do i make Clear Corners. I need good directions. I am real slow at this. I am also sorry if this has already been asked but i can not find the topic.
Here ya go, bud:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=9
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I am new to the site so i never saw that thanks
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No problem at all!! Takes a bit to get used to the format of the forum..
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there'* a format?
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That TechInfo at the top of the page evaded my notice for quite some time...
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Depending on what year you have, make sure you take your time. The techinfo article, while being an excellent reference, was not exactly the same as my 98.
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Havent done this myself because I'm too worried that I'll fubar my housings.


Shouldnt you be in the Lounge, MOS?
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Do what I did and heat them up by soaking them is skalding hot water from the faucet and just pry them apeart with a small screw driver. The heat makes the glue softer and easier to take apart.. burning your hand is better then shoveling out $ for this mod.
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Do what I did and heat them up by soaking them is skalding hot water from the faucet and just pry them apeart with a small screw driver. The heat makes the glue softer and easier to take apart.. burning your hand is better then shoveling out $ for this mod.
Dude, modify that TechInfo!!!



Anyhow, what was I going to say......

Oh, yeah, kingcrum2003, what year is your car?? Dude, post it in you sig, man...Year, model, trim...that'll help us out....

Oh, and put where yer at in under yer avatar...
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