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    hi everyone,

    im going to be replacing my side mouldings with m side mouldings this week so want to know my best and easiest way to remove old ones with out causing damage to the car or mouldings??

    any advice??

    dan.
    out with the M3 evo............ on with next project.......325i coupe
     
     

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    if you have a snap on pop clip removel tool it is very simple start and the edge then wen one clip is popped out gentle pull trim until you can see the next clip and repeat process until al clips are out.

    it is easy with the clip removel tool but can also be done the a flat head screw driver but is trickier as the clip removel tool slides round the clip you can only release one side of the clip at a time with flat head.

    hope this helps!
     
     

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    just pulled mine off with my hands really easy no damage to trim at all
     
     

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