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    Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    I am interested in getting some trim removal tools and was wondering what you guys are using. Any suggestions/recommendation/comments are helpful. I would like to get a small set that will handle most situations, thank you.

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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    Kinda depends on which piece of trim needs to be removed. That said, you can get a plastic set from most part stores that has 4 - 6 tools in it that will handle most jobs. They round around ten bucks. Windshield trim tools probably require the metal ones or at least that’s what I’ve use in the past.
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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    Hello, Fishing ! I hope you and yours are all good !

    Griot`s has a nice set of red, plastic, trim tools that come in this nice pouch that I have in the Shop.. I don`t need them very often, but they are a great selection of different ones that have worked very well when I needed just -that- one..
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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    I got a set off of Amazon for around $10 and they work fine. Many of them have a money back guarantee. Get a set with a carrying case to keep them in order.
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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    Sir Tools ST9030 Pry Master Set 11-Pc Trim Tool Kit.

    Worth every single penny.





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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    I have the blue set from Harbor freight. Works well and price is right. Use them for a lot more than trim.

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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    Thank you all for the great suggestions,,, now I have some research and choices to be made

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    Re: Trim removal tools, What do you use ?

    I`d been wondering whether this was about "interior trim" tools or something else...

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    I have the blue set from Harbor freight. Works well and price is right. Use them for a lot more than trim.
    I went through two sets of those (well, two of certain pieces that I use most often) and finally got a higher-quality set from Eastwood (which is probably pricey overkill).

    And yeah, they`re handy for lots of different tasks.

 

 

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