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Composite Trim Removal Tool Kit - 5 Piece

Composite Trim Removal Tool Kit - 5 Piece

Item # PT73HJ
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This 5-piece set includes tools for removing internal or external trim and molding fasteners. Anti-marring design helps prevent damage to your vehicle's paint, upholstery, chrome, or finish. 1-800-940-8924 to order Performance Tool automotive tools part number PT73HJ or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Performance Tool products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Composite Trim Removal Tool Kit - 5 Piece. Automotive Tools reviews from real customers.
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This 5-piece set includes tools for removing internal or external trim and molding fasteners. Anti-marring design helps prevent damage to your vehicle's paint, upholstery, chrome, or finish.


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  • Trim removal kit contains 5 unique tools for removing internal or external trim and molding fasteners
  • Anti-marring design helps prevent damage to your vehicle's paint, upholstery, chrome, or finish


W80648 Performance Tool Composite Trim Removal Tool Set





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Video Transcript for Review of Performance Tools - Trim Removal Tool Kit - PT73HJ

Jeff Hello, everybody. This is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today, we're gonna take a look at this five-piece composite trim removal tool kit. Now, this trim removal kit will contain five unique tools for removing internal or external trim and molding fasteners. It is specially designed slim profile tools, and they are shaped for many different application. Helps you easily remove trim, molding, door panels and dashboards.

And they are a composite construction, so it offers an anti-marring design. Helps prevent damage to your vehicle's paint, upholstery, chrome or finish. If you notice, it also includes two of the larger panel remover tools, and then the smaller tools for the smaller items. But that should do it for the review on this five-piece composite trim removal tool kit..

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Composite Trim Removal Tool Kit - 5 Piece - PT73HJ

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (32 Customer Reviews)

This 5-piece set includes tools for removing internal or external trim and molding fasteners. Anti-marring design helps prevent damage to your vehicle's paint, upholstery, chrome, or finish.

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Works great for our bicycles. Installation was easy after watching the e-trailer video.



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Worked as advertised. Great price and quick shipping.

Ryan

2/15/2024

Still work great. I dont use them often but when I do, they are a welcome addition to the tool box.



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Better than expected .. everything needed .. quickly pays for itself .. does not mark surfaces



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Great tools



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Right tool for the job!



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Great customer service. Prices are good.



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Have ordered 4 times. Great service each time.



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Worth the $13 charged for these tools, even if I only needed one of them!



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Perfect fit, good video, easy install



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