Wow, spent the weekend learning about my engine and much to my suprise it is running very well. Now I am starting to work on the body. The person before me had decided that he would use ALL of his herculiner. He lined the inside of the jeep which was really good BUT he also lined the door to the glove box, the grab handle and the area around the gages. Now I can live with this for the time being BUT he also lined the outside area of the jeep where you would put corner guards on the rear. It is done very nicely but I want to remove it. He also lined along the bottom area up 4 inches all the way down each side. Supposedly to give it a cool look. My question is this? How can I remove this. Do I use a scraper or is there some solvent that can be used. I will eventually repaint the jeep but I really do not want to do to much damage if I can help it. My other choice is to just leave it until I take it in to be painted. If you want to see a picture of what I am talking about email me and I will send you one. I am not sure on how to include it in this post.
83 CJ7 w/remanufactured jasper 258 I6 w/t-5, Weber carb, new exhaust, PS, PB, 2 1/2" Lift, 31" BFG's, herculined interior and s**t brown paint job (for now) "in to deep..but thats when it starts getting fun"
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