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BigJimny Meet 2019 (17 May 2019)

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Arch trims and plastic lower body panels

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25 Jul 2019 20:08 #211469 by Chezzy71
How easy is it to remove all the lower plastic body panels and arches to check underneath and possibly repaint then refit.. and how easy / hard to refit...?

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25 Jul 2019 20:45 - 25 Jul 2019 20:47 #211475 by Delux
The clips that hold the lower edge lock in place by shoving the centre in, to remove them gently ease the centre out.

Once they are all out gently ease the trims away, the rest of each panel is held on by plastic poppers which just pop out.

All the clips are available on ebay etc.

How easy the job is to do depends on the condition of the clips and how gentle and patient you are! LOL!

I'd use a plastic trim tool to help the clips out but I tend to try and 'restock' whenever I am at the breakers yard (Vitaras and Ignis use the same clips)


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Last edit: 25 Jul 2019 20:47 by Delux.

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26 Jul 2019 07:09 #211484 by RainerK
Warm weather also helps that the clips do not break.

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