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Removing trim for carbon wrapping... Advice an help please... :)

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by cwuk2001, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. cwuk2001

    cwuk2001 Member

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    Ok so ive got the wrapping today.. How hard is it to remove interior trim and how!? Regards chris
     
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    would be easier to do it on would it not?
     
  4. cwuk2001

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    id proably say not as you wouldnt get that edge to edge finish....
     
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    mad cornish pastie Audi novice handle with care

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    i do a lot of carbon wrapping and would agree, best to take it off them wrap it...
     
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    take it off its a 30 min job
    you will never get the wrap right with it on
     
  8. sidibear

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    Yep, take it off. The only piece I left on was the bit for the light switch, as I couldn't get the switch out, but I could remove the bezel round the switch which I did, and the rest of it could be made loose enough to wrap and trim around. Use a scapel.

    The big leap of faith I had was the front ashtray cover, tugging on that gets you a bit nervous about it snapping off !!

    I would suggest to do the door trims first as a practise as they are easy to pull off.
     
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    light switch you shove in and twist clockwise
     

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