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defjukie
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defjukie Apr 29, 2:53pm - #14012 

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strong island
vinyl window graphics question?

Hey guys. Can somebody point me in the direction of where I can find info on how to take off old vinyl graphics from each quarter window and apply new ones. I've seen this info before and have looked and searched. But to no success.

Thanks
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Steven
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Steven Apr 29, 2:57pm - #14013 
2001 Spectra Blue Mica Toyota Celica GTS
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2001 Toyota Celica GTS

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if it's on the glass, use a razor blade to remove it...
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TRD20
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TRD20 Apr 29, 3:02pm - #14014 
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Yeah, a new razorblade will take them off...lickety split
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defjukie
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defjukie Apr 29, 3:06pm - #14015 

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strong island
yeah, it's on the glass.
good looks!
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jeremy
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jeremy Apr 29, 4:22pm - #14016 
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u can use a hair drier also... heats it up and makes it less sticky. or a combo of the hair drier and the razor blade will prolly work even better.

GT300 body kit on, getting fitted, doing install myself.
pics comin as soon as my kit is here and painted...
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SuperCharged
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SuperCharged Apr 29, 6:58pm - #14017 
2000 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Be careful of scratching the glass though!

Absolutely Red awesome canyon road hugger with impressive straight-line acceleration.
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