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#1 (permalink) Old 11-23-2004, 01:52 PM
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Is it possible for me to remove the model number on the back of my bmw. I dont want it to say "325 Ci" on the back.

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They're only stuck on with double sided tape just be very carefull not to mark the paint work
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They're only stuck on with double sided tape just be very carefull not to mark the paint work
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I've used dental floss or fishing line to pull them off, either choice should not hurt your paints finish. good luck.

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there are DIY's for doing that.

it involves a hair dryer and dental floss.

easy to do.

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