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I am looking at a used bike with some pieces of trim that I would prefer to remove. How easy is it and what does the end result look like?

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Is it on with double sided sticky tape?
I've heard of taking a real small fishing line and slide it in between the trim and the bike to cut through the tape.
Then take the tape off the bike with remover.
 

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To be a little more specific, once you've removed the trim as suggested, something like GooGone works really well to remove any remaining adhesive. It's usually not a difficult task, and once completed, you'll never know the trim had been there - unless it's a dark-colored bike and there's been some fading of the color!
 

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Heat the trim with a hair dryer. Peal the piece off. Use Goo Gone to remove any trace of the glue.
 

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Depends what you want to remove some are easy some are real pain take for instance the kuryi shark gills I removed man that was hard in the end i got them off but the silicon residue is still there :thumbup:
 

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Glued parts

After removing the shark gills, just put the chrome center piece cover on to cover up the glue residue. Kury sells that also.
 
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