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Black glue behind trolly strips *help required*

tristanjp

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A majority of the glue was really easy to pick off, but i've come down to a harder glue and its a real pain in the ass. I'm using metho, WD40, terps, nothing softens it up?

Any help and information would be much appreciated.

thanks, tristan
 

Ado

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Need to do this with my landcruiser as it has(had) some crap chrome strips on the wheel arches.
 

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That doesn't look like the factory glue to me.
 
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Looks the same pattern and glue as my vn lol. I just got the heat gun out and heated the panels till it returned the glue to rubber again then just rolled it back off.
 

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definately heat and a rubber wheel, be extremely carefull as cutting to far has adverse effects. don't use metho or other products, that'll just **** your paint.
 

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i used my mums hair dryer it worked pretty good but just dont blow it up like i did now i have to pay neally 100buks for a new one for her :bang: lol
 
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