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      03-02-2010, 04:42 PM   #21
chemgeek
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Drives: '10 335/white-saddle/msport
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Location: Laguna, CA

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I'd suggest using a putty knife instead of a screw driver to remove the old trim, especially if you want to sell it and/or if it is wood. A putty knife will distribute the pressure making is much less likely that you mar the corners of the trim. Just a thought.

A credit car works pretty well too.
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