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Old 10-11-2016, 01:26 PM   #1
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Bugs in plastic cover

Hi: Just wondering if I should remove the plastic cover on the front of my 2004 mountain aire Not sure how to remove the glue and whether it would cause more trouble

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Removal of the 3M , front end " Mask " plastic shielding has been covered in other posts, I'll see if I can track one down.

EDIT: Found info by searching the net , and " 3M bra " came up , owner was using a heat gun and scrapper , and was looking for help to remove the glue, said he would probably need to re-paint.
If I find more info , I'll re-post.

Removing 3 M mask

This thread came up in the search.
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