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Removing the molding on bottom of truck

What's the best way you guys have found for removing the molding on the bottom side of the truck? Wanting to take it off and do herculiner or something similar down the bottom side of my PSD


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Re: Removing the molding on bottom of truck

Heat gun worked well on mine, then since you're lining down the side anyways, the extra residue stuff can just be scraped off


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Re: Removing the molding on bottom of truck

pulled mine off, then used a 3m eraser wheel...worked great

completley stock truck...just a simple cat back system....and maybe a few other odds and ends
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3m eraser wheel? Guessing that's for like a drimmel tool or something?


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Re: Removing the molding on bottom of truck

If I'm not mistaken, yes, it's basically a big rubber wheel for a drimmel tool that strips off everything but the paint, used one to pull the 4x4 stickers off a buddys truck. Very quick


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Yeah i looked em up. I guess they will fit a regular drill to. I just heated my 4x4 stickers up with a hair dryer and they peeled right off.


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