What tools will i need

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  1. GT Rob

    GT Rob Well-Known Member

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    Going to change out my tan interior for charcoal gray interior what special tools if any would I need.would like to have everything so I don't have to go out and buy them.
     
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    just basic hand tools.
     
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    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    A clip puller will be your friend. Try to avoid breaking as many clips as possible.
    Other than that, basic tools.

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    GT Rob Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys ferocious I'll be using that write up that's going a big help because I'm painting my dash also
     
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    you make us a bad-ass write up and ill make it worth your while ;)
     
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    GT Rob Well-Known Member

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    Yea going to have to go to harbor freight
     
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    I have had a version of that snap on tool for over 25 yrs in my box now and it is a VERY useful tool in a lot of occasions. When I pulled the motor for example I found that they were great for popping the exhaust off of its hangers with a simple squeeze.