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    Hi guys.
    I've made a start on carbon fibre wrapping my interior parts. I've done the door inserts that were scratched to hell and the centre trim. Now I've moved to the trim on the door cards and I am wondering how these come off? I don't want to start yanking and pulling lugs off. Want to get these done So all ties in nicely. Will get pictures up when I've done but for now any help would be appreciated.
    Many thanks danny1

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    they are plastic welded from behind, it's easier to wrap em in situ tbh..

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    Carefully drill them off, wrap, then and refit using No. 10 x 1/2" ling self tappers.

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