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Old 10-13-2014, 10:43 AM   #1
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Picked this up from Amazon. Don't have an immediate need, but seems when I take off molding, etc; I am bending things in ways that hurts the original mold.
When I need a specialty tool like this, it is always an immediate need and I don't have it. This cost 11.21 at Amazon (retail is 25.50), and came with free shipping.

The Astro Pneumatic 4505 5-Piece Fastener and Molding Remover Set is designed to remove body trim, moldings, upholstery and door panels from any vehicle with no damage to the panel or the paint finish. Range of use includes body shops, upholstery shops, marine shops, RV shops, installers and hobbyists.
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I picked up the same thing at Harbor Freight earlier this year. They help a ton, especially on door panels!

5 Piece Auto Trim and Molding Tool Set
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Harbor Freight has a much better price than Amazon and it can be picked up locally; thanks for posting the link.
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Very handy set, especially if you do stuff like car stereo/new door speaker installs, works great for removing the door panels without breaking the clips.
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Ya I could use a set too. I wont even touch door panels right now. Time to order some!
I need to remove the PA'* drivers door to fix the broken door lock switch..soon!
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I hate removing door panels. I always break one of those damn plastic fasteners.
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I hate removing door panels. I always break one of those damn plastic fasteners.
You have issues, I find them quite easy
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My big bear like hands and arms are not finesse like, like yours.
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Ya I could use a set too. I wont even touch door panels right now. Time to order some!
I need to remove the PA'* drivers door to fix the broken door lock switch..soon!
You have an issue with a door lock also?
My passenger side door only locks/unlocks via a key, or the door lock switch, when I use a key on it it seems like something is causing it to stick a bit, which is probably why hitting the unlock on the keyfob does not unlock it, it tries, but just doesn't have the ummpfh it needs..
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