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      04-20-2010, 09:25 AM   #6
MeeTsenPu
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Drives: 09 335i X-Drive
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Great write up and I will def agree it was a lot more of a pain in the ass then what it looks like on the surface. My tip would be to get a set of plastic trim remover tools ($10) from Harbor Freight and use that to pry it up and always work from the back of the bumper and not the front. That plus the hairdryer and LOTS of patience will lead to a successful mod!