Trim Remover Kit suggestions?

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Suggestions on a good trim removing kit?





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Really any brand works even the cheap ones. Like one the of the earlier post harbor freight has a set that I also use. Cheap and gets the job done.
 

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I prefer plastic trim removal tools vs metal.
For plastic trim, most times I agree. But there is a need for the bent fork metal tool as well.

I just got thru removing and reinstalling all the interior , including the console, except the dash. I used mostly a forked metal trim tool and a similar plastic tool.
 

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"I've used this kit, to good effect, when removing various dash components to fish a USB cable behind the dashboard."

I have this same inexpensive set of plastic tools. Use them often and have always found that one of them was "just right" the the task I was working on.
 

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