goo gone, rub it on, let it set for a few minutes, it dissolves the adhesive. one small bottle let me do all the door trim on both sides with about half left. just rubbed it on with my fingers, let it sit for a bit... then ran a SOFT plastic scraper across it to take 99% of it off and then a MF towel to buff any remaining residue away with some additional goo gone.
2001 Trans Am WS6 l Cadillac Diamond pearl l 416 LS3 l TEA LS3 heads l FAST 102/102 l Compstar crank/rods l Wiseco pistons l Comp LSR custom grind l Kooks 1 7/8 and Kooks true duals l TSP 100mm maf l Becool l MWC 9" and watts link l Real Superhawk hood l Monster stage 3 l Tick Master l Ractronix Fuel Pump l Strano springs l
lol someone is gunna do this then find out their door has been resprayed lmao.
i have always removed side molding with a heat gun on my lowest setting and patience and leaves no residue. Comes right off like butter
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Thats what happened with my truck i had a feeling the truck and been to paint before on one side and removing the moulding confirmed it i like the moulding on the t/a so far if it gets torn up from people bumping it i might take it off but until then it stays. i'de leave the letters but thats just my personal taste
2001 Trans Am WS6, SLP Flow Pak Intake, SLP Lid, SLP MAF, B&B Tri Flow 3" Cat Back, Pro 5.0 Shifter, Kooks 1- 3/4 LT's 3" OFY y-pipe, Texas speed 228r cam, QA1's, Strano springs TTM's with 335's out back
As I'd said in my appearance thread, excuse the headlight cover/hood not lining up. Literally got the thing on and buffed last minute before having to drive down to Charlotte for AutoFair
The side molding was removed by the previous owner, I removed the Trans AM badges myself last week. Used a heat gun on low setting and a plastic putty knife to pop them off. There was a good bit of thick residue left over so I used a drill and rubber wheel to knock off a majority of it and then glass cleaner to remove the rest.
'98 T/A - MTI Lid, TSP Rumbler, Smoothie Q, B&M Ripper, 6LE Front Diffuser, Machined Face C6 Z06's, CETA, Corsa Clones, McNord Overlay, HID's, 5th Gen Brembos
Awaiting Install: BHP Built 347, Full Chromoly Front Suspension, Ported FAST 95/95, N2O Outlet Direct Port, Monster Stg 3