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I will be pulling mine out and hitting them with VHT night shades tint. Works great on my Mustang and F-250. Looks very clean.
 

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I would recommend using a wooden paint stirrer to pop off the rear fender liner. I just put on the GM splash guards and was very leery about using a screwdriver to pry off the existing line as I was afraid of chipping the paint. I had one laying around and it popped them off no problems.
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I would recommend using a wooden paint stirrer to pop off the rear fender liner. I just put on the GM splash guards and was very leery about using a screwdriver to pry off the existing line as I was afraid of chipping the paint. I had one laying around and it popped them off no problems.
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Just invest less than $20.00 on a plastic trim tool kit on Amazon. It will come in handy for all sorts of things.
 
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I just pulled the luggage compartment lights and swapped the bulbs out for LEDs that I had laying around the shop. Much brighter. I too am surprised that GM still uses incandescent bulbs. BTW does the Stingray have any sort of lamp monitor? My wife's Lexus throws a warning when a bulb goes out -- particularly the safety ones like brake and turn signals.
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I too am surprised that GM still uses incandescent bulbs. BTW does the Stingray have any sort of lamp monitor? My wife's Lexus throws a warning when a bulb goes out -- particularly the safety ones like brake and turn signals.
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I'd have the same concern.
 

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I would recommend using a wooden paint stirrer to pop off the rear fender liner. I just put on the GM splash guards and was very leery about using a screwdriver to pry off the existing line as I was afraid of chipping the paint. I had one laying around and it popped them off no problems.
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Just invest less than $20.00 on a plastic trim tool kit on Amazon. It will come in handy for all sorts of things.
You can get a whole set of them for $20 at Harbor Freight. Just walk past the jack stands (without purchasing) to the back of the store, and there they are.
 

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Just a friendly FYI as you are newer to the forum! Sometime look at the date of the last response because you could be responding to a comment from an old threat or post from a few years back. In this case, the last response was August 30, 2018 that you responded to.

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