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Old 05-31-2012, 09:42 PM
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Thanks. I guess I can finally pick up my system and just order a new bottle for the washer fluid unless they make something by then. I just didn't want to take apart the liner more than once to install a few things. I wanna change the fog lights to match the kelvin for headlights, install a tractor trailer horn and of course the srt front logo.
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Thanks. I guess I can finally pick up my system and just order a new bottle for the washer fluid unless they make something by then. I just didn't want to take apart the liner more than once to install a few things. I wanna change the fog lights to match the kelvin for headlights, install a tractor trailer horn and of course the srt front logo.
That's definitely smart. I'll be getting back into my down the road to do some other mods. But really, removing the liners isn't that bad. Especially if you have a plastic rivet gun to reassemble it, then you don't need to worry about the saving the plastic rivets to put it back together.


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I was trying to get the plastic rivet gun off amazon but they have been sold out for a while. Google doesn't show to many others that sell it either.
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If you have a Harbor Freight tools they sell one. Works great. Rivet gun and an extra assortment pack of rivets for like $25


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I know from experience with aluminum rivets, installing is a piece of cake. But what would you suggest is the easiest method for removal for the plastic ones.
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Ha. Looks like I may be taking a trip to the store that just opened up around my way.
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Check this thread out if you haven't seen it yet.

http://www.cherokeesrt8.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=61840


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Yup, already went through that thread. Saved it in my favorites so I can be ready for my install.
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Yup, already went through that thread. Saved it in my favorites so I can be ready for my install.
Those trim tools make easy removal of the plastic rivets. Flat head screwdrivers work too.


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Thanks for the heads up. I had my trim tools from back when I was doing car stereo's. It's a must need tool in that field. Glad they can still be of some use
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