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Old 10-12-2012, 10:58 AM   #36
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My inside I just did last night haha I lovvvve it!!!
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:15 AM   #37
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The wheel is cool, not sure how I feel about the vents
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Old 10-12-2012, 12:17 PM   #38
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The wheel is cool, not sure how I feel about the vents
Ha thanks I didn't want a lot of red just a tad haha
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This is just my opinion so it really don't matter, It's your car. Looks tacky as hell. Something a kid would do to a civic.
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Just some quick question.

how do you pop the sliver pieces on the steering wheel off?

Does it come off easy?

Are they easy to put back on?

What do you use to pop it off?
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Old 10-14-2012, 07:48 PM   #42
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Everything gets pulled off and yea easy to put back on pretty much just snaps right back in .....u shouldn't break by pulling them off...
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Everything gets pulled off and yea easy to put back on pretty much just snaps right back in .....u shouldn't break by pulling them off...
What do I use to pull them off.I tried pulling them off with my hands yesterday and the wouldn't come off.
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Lol u might just need to pull harder lol... I used my hands lok
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Lol u might just need to pull harder lol... I used my hands lok
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What do I use to pull them off.I tried pulling them off with my hands yesterday and the wouldn't come off.
I just used a 3" plastic paint chisel and wedged it and they come off very easy. But I got in a hurry and tried to put them in by hand and my fingerprints got in them. So I sanded them and done them again
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I just used a 3" plastic paint chisel and wedged it and they come off very easy. But I got in a hurry and tried to put them in by hand and my fingerprints got in them. So I sanded them and done them again
Thanks I'm gona try that this weekend.wanted to put alil carbon fiber on them.

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Lol u might just need to pull harder lol... I used my hands lok
Could be true but I don't want break a nail.lol.
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