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      10-31-2007, 09:24 PM   #7
techkeith
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Hey man, sorry about responding a bit late, I have had to remove a few of them, you need a few tools, some tools from windshield removal. They are held on with polyurathane glue, same stuff for the windshield, you start from the back of the fin, and once you get that going you can run the blade up the side, if you want some pictures pm me and I will get some to you, its a reall hassele to do this and you run a huge risk of seriosly damaging the paint or body, but if you want some pics of the tools and how to do it ill send them.
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