|04-30-2016 12:43 PM|
|saintsfins||Great thread. I just did mine in a few mins with the card method from the front. I bought black ones off ebay. Slide a flexible card under the bottom until you hear/feel the click, then use some kind of hook/bent tool to pull from inside the cover's rim. Both popped out easily.|
|09-24-2015 09:35 PM|
I tried doing it the easy way couldnt get it to come out.
Anyone know how to remove the fog light bezels, or even the fog light entirely the "right" way?
|09-24-2015 07:53 AM|
I realize this is an old thread but it needs to be sticky....took 30 seconds to get them out.
Whomever came up with this "thank you".
|02-08-2015 04:53 PM|
I like using Rust-Oleum because it's pretty inexpensive. In my experience it does seem to take a little while longer to harden than other paints but it can be worth it because it is pretty tough. If warm out (above 70°) i usually let the parts sit in the sun and allow the sun to bake the paint for 4-5 hours before reinstalling. If it's cold and the part is small enough i put it in a 200°F oven (with the door open) for 20-30 min to harden the paint.
|02-08-2015 04:25 PM|
|Ox-y-GenIII||I'll be doing the bezels in the spring. Thanks for the tip.|
|02-08-2015 02:06 AM|
|Mr Rutherford||How did you get that paint job on the fog bezels? Looks great.|
|02-07-2015 08:56 PM|
Pulled mine so i could color match them to the wheels.
and installed with my painted grill.
|04-08-2014 09:29 AM|
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Plastic card technique is the easiest way to remove the bezels. 👍👍👍
|04-07-2014 08:33 AM|
|04-07-2014 08:16 AM|
|johnofarch14||Thanks for the plastic card idea! :) Attachment 39458Attachment 39466Attachment 39474|
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