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Old 03-01-2010, 04:59 PM   #1
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Rain Guards off or on?

Hey guys! I would like some Input on my rain guards. i was thinking about taking them off bc I really dont need them and there starting to collect dirt and green shit in the cracks. They were on when I got the truck, and now there just for looks.
If I do take them off, which I probably will... Whats the best way to do so? There on there good! Thanks.
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:37 PM   #2
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Probably just double side tape thats holding them on. Wait til warm weather to allow the adhesive to be more pliable. Peel em off. Any minor residual glue, use 3m general purpose adhesive cleaner.
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Sorry, I have no idea how to best take them off, but I definitely vote for doing so.
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Old 03-01-2010, 06:47 PM   #4
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I see that they are the stick on type. I would take them off with some fishing line. Rub the excess sticky tape off with your finger and finally remove the residue with some "goo gone".
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K, Thanks guys! thats kinda what I figured, but wasnt sure.
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I would take them off as well. Some pretty good ideas on how to do it here as well.
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I see that they are the stick on type. I would take them off with some fishing line. Rub the excess sticky tape off with your finger and finally remove the residue with some "goo gone".
Thats exactly what i did to one of mine when it shattered
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