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Guest bnsautomotive

you do not have to remove panels on this car. the inner gasket is lower then the outter one. you should be fine just leaving some clear then rolling the window up and peeling the liner and laying it in place.

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Guest Retnitorp
you do not have to remove panels on this car. the inner gasket is lower then the outter one. you should be fine just leaving some clear then rolling the window up and peeling the liner and laying it in place.

You forgot to tell him to seel the lower part of the film with clear nail polish. :pirate2

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Guest bnsautomotive
you do not have to remove panels on this car. the inner gasket is lower then the outter one. you should be fine just leaving some clear then rolling the window up and peeling the liner and laying it in place.

You forgot to tell him to seel the lower part of the film with clear nail polish. :thumb

why would you do that? thats overcomplicating the job

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