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Old 09-03-2017, 10:23 AM
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Removal of Fuel Filler Tube Bezel ?

I am going to restore my '85 Wagoneer with original Dinoc 3M woodgrain. Will see if it still sticks. There is a production label from 1999 or like that on it.

I already removed the moldings which was very easy, took 15 minutes. I used a very simple "tool": kite-string
soft enough to make no scratches, thin and stabil enough to cut the old 3M tape as if it was like butter.

2 questions:

I need to remove the "Fuel Filler Tube Bezel" now.
The metal part inside has no screws anymore (I expected to find 6 screws but probably removed in earlier years). the metal part is absolutely firm/fixed and does not dangle/wobble at all. Has anyone an idea how to try?
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While it was very easy to remove the moldings it is more painful to clean them from the old 3M tape. I use different kind of putty knifes.
Has anyone also used some fluids (practical experience) to support this procedure and like to recommend this? I might use this for the car panels too... nFlWGhlSHVxN1VmLUNTWWpSc0otNmR6R0N3X3hB

best regards

Last edited by FlashGordon : 09-17-2017 at 01:58 PM.
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