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Old 05-13-2006, 10:48 PM   #11
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Yes a trim fork is a must.

Don't expect to get the oh **** handles out without breaking some of them. Even when you know excatly how to do it, it may still break. After i broke my front passenger one, I broke two more in the junkyard trying to get a replacement. The steel retainers that the plastic clips are held by eventually rust and lock on to the plastic clips making them stick tight, to the point of breaking on removal.
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Luckily, I haven't broken anything doing mine, and my headliner has to go back in. I usually break interior pieces but this car is solid as a rock! I broke everything in my damn Blazer.
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