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Old 17 Aug 2012, 04:16 pm
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Angry Remove stick on fender vent

Took three days to get up the nerve to do it, and sure enough, I screwed it up. Passenger side came fine. Driver side spacing off by 1/4 inch between two vents. Tried to remove without destroying, but no luck.Dont mind buying more vents, but am I going to get the adhesive off?

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Old 17 Aug 2012, 04:22 pm
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Default Re: Remove stick on fender vent

You can use an eraser wheel, a heat gun and plastic razor blade, or Goo Gone if it's just a residue.
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Old 31 Aug 2012, 03:31 pm
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Default Re: Remove stick on fender vent

solvent removes the adhesive
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