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I'm not a panel puller, I found that if you do the front doors on that with a little extra soap, and spray both the window, and the glass after roll up, the film slides in nice. Use a rocket to squeegee it out and your good to go...

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I'm not a panel puller, I found that if you do the front doors on that with a little extra soap, and spray both the window, and the glass after roll up, the film slides in nice. Use a rocket to squeegee it out and your good to go...

whats a rocket???

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Its a big rocketship shaped squeegee, also callled a shuttle I believe, depends on where you buy tools from, thin plastic, clear or yellow, but great for those hard to reach places...I'll try to find a link

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