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GTSbyTRD
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GTSbyTRD May 25, 3:30am - #184901 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Whats all involved in shaving my rear wiper?

How hard, and what all would it take to remove this and cover up the hole. I hate it. wave

"I didnt realize girls had that much plumbing down there. I saw a diagram of it and it looked like a map for six flags."
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NorwayGT
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NorwayGT May 25, 3:32am - #184902 

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take off the plastic thing on the hatch that covers the wiper motor, then unscrew some stuff, then its gone...now just gotta figure something out to do with the hole. you could weld it shut, or get the wing that carbon_blue_gt is makeing, and that will cover it...thats what im doin. my rear wiper is gonna be gone

was....5speed with i/h/e
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is....04 srt4 stock
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GTSbyTRD
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GTSbyTRD May 25, 3:41am - #184903 

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Opps, i didn't see someone already posted this.

My buddy does Fiberglass, maybe i could get him to think up something.

"I didnt realize girls had that much plumbing down there. I saw a diagram of it and it looked like a map for six flags."
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Nautique65
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Nautique65 May 25, 4:02am - #184904 
2001 red to blue Toyota Celica GT
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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
take off the plastic thing on the hatch that covers the wiper motor, then unscrew some stuff, then its gone...now just gotta figure something out to do with the hole. you could weld it shut, or get the wing that carbon_blue_gt is makeing, and that will cover it...thats what im doin. my rear wiper is gonna be gone
i took mine off...welded the hole shut from the back and then a dab of bondo and a little paint
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