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Old 09-15-2003, 10:58 AM
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I've used 3M's Dual Lock apocalypse-grade interlocking fastener (aka Super Velcro) to mount the V1 remote display underneath my dash. I want to move it. Is there a way to remove it without killing the surface?
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Old 09-15-2003, 12:50 PM
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I've used 3M's Dual Lock apocalypse-grade interlocking fastener (aka Super Velcro) to mount the V1 remote display underneath my dash. I want to move it. Is there a way to remove it without killing the surface?
No idea. Maybe it will come off oaky, maybe not. Let us know. Maybe pre-heat with haridryer first.
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Old 09-15-2003, 01:06 PM
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Maybe pre-heat with haridryer first.
You're inadvertently right. It will probably be as pleasant (and as clean) as hari-kiri.

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It looks fine where it is.
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Old 09-15-2003, 04:35 PM
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if you havent dont it already be super careful, i have seen where people have used this stuff and the dash and when it was removed it took the dash color with it, so if you do it warm it so the glue is loose
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if you havent dont it already be super careful, i have seen where people have used this stuff and the dash and when it was removed it took the dash color with it, so if you do it warm it so the glue is loose
Speaking of typos, I read this quickly and thought you meant Super-Carufel. Ben would be pleased
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i admit that my grammar is crap, and i am working on it, but i just re-read my post and this is real sh!t, i did'nt think i was that tired

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i admit that my grammer is crap, and i am working on it, but i just re-read my post and this is real sh!t, i did'nt think i was that tired
Grammar.
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Speaking of typos, I read this quickly and thought you meant Super-Carufel. Ben would be pleased


Should I be worried that you are subconsciously thinking about me?
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