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Old 12-25-2010, 11:53 PM
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Now you need to debadge it. Blackout removed looks real nice btw
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Old 12-26-2010, 01:43 PM
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here is a pic of white from online
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Nice guys! I'll rip mine off in a bit and post pics!! Bright Silver Metallic!!!
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THANKS MARTKOS...
looks great, now i gotta go do my mineral gray sport...
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Newbie here with my first how to. I have done several mods to my Harley Road King, Chevy Avalanche and late model Vette; from lighting to body work so now here we go with my first with the Ram.

Just finished. The time it took was 1 hour and 15 minutes from getting the tools to putting it all away, polishing the door (by hand) and uploading photos and writing this post :-)
Good luck i think it was worth it

Before I started




After


in process front door

Peel edges up first, note screw removed, both doors have one. Front door is in the rear, rear door is at the front ...




In process back door, pull the rubber molding out of the way, as well as remove the lower screw holding the door trim in place










Final result



I used a pro paint stripper heat gun on low setting, in December outside temp. was about 49 degrees. Keep the sticker warm enough that your hand is uncomfortable in the hot air but tolerable. You will have little to no left over glue. It should be a firm pull but the material still somewhat stiff.
The more angled the pull, i.e. back on itself the better the glue will stay with the material. 90 degree angle or less and the glue will tend to stay on the vehicle.

Hope this helps

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Old 12-27-2010, 04:48 PM
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Nice job Diaster!!! I'll do mine here in a sec!!
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All done!! 30 minutes!!! Used the hair dryer and pull on both sides evenly, strait down and it won't leave hardly any residue. I had a little on the edge where the window is, but it rubbed off without any goo gone!!!

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Newbie here with my first how to. I have done several mods to my Harley Road King, Chevy Avalanche and late model Vette; from lighting to body work so now here we go with my first with the Ram.

Just finished. The time it took was 1 hour and 15 minutes from getting the tools to putting it all away, polishing the door (by hand) and uploading photos and writing this post :-)
Good luck i think it was worth it

Before I started




After


in process front door

Peel edges up first, note screw removed, both doors have one. Front door is in the rear, rear door is at the front ...




In process back door, pull the rubber molding out of the way, as well as remove the lower screw holding the door trim in place










Final result



I used a pro paint stripper heat gun on low setting, in December outside temp. was about 49 degrees. Keep the sticker warm enough that your hand is uncomfortable in the hot air but tolerable. You will have little to no left over glue. It should be a firm pull but the material still somewhat stiff.
The more angled the pull, i.e. back on itself the better the glue will stay with the material. 90 degree angle or less and the glue will tend to stay on the vehicle.

Hope this helps

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75 min to do this?? your kinda slow. i did mine in 20 min counting removing the screws


oh it looks more better btw!!!
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Old 12-28-2010, 01:47 AM
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no 75 minutes, to move the truck intio the drive, go get the blower and screw driver, pull the material, take the pictures, edit the pictures, upload the pictures, wipe everything down, smoke a cigar and write and edit the post. actual removal time i would guess at about 5 to 7 minutes a side. BUt I was in a documentation mode... not a race :-)
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