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Where can i get these, and what are they called?

What are they called?
Whats the best way to remove them?
Where can i get them?

Ive gotten black ones at Kragen for my fenderflare

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you can get them from ford, theyre not expensive. how many do you need? i have some grey ones around here somewhere
 
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Im not to sure how many i need honestly, I got to take them out to get behind a panel to a dent to try and work out. Just wanted to know where i can get them for when im ready.
 
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Yup...Ford or at a specialty body shop as well.
 
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Alright thanks, ill have to check out Ford then! thanks guys.
 
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Why is this in the 3.0 tech forum?
 
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Just dont break them and they are reuseable. They are just interior trim push pins. we called them "Bee Stingers" in the body shop lingo.
 
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Originally Posted by malydeen View Post
Why is this in the 3.0 tech forum?
I guess i coulda put it in the Interior forum.

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Just dont break them and they are reuseable. They are just interior trim push pins. we called them "Bee Stingers" in the body shop lingo.
There soo hard to get out without breaking them. Haha i tried to becareful but i broke 2 i didnt want to break anymore without knowing where to to get them at.
 
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Just dont break them and they are reuseable. They are just interior trim push pins. we called them "Bee Stingers" in the body shop lingo.
When its 3*F and you are trying to install a remote start in your unheated garage, not breaking them is not an option.

I myself have a couple of them missing.
 
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I still need to track down some of the grey inside door christmas tree's.... A few of them broke, and my upgraded speakers make my doors rattle when I get some bass going :-( Ask Shane - ugh, both of us pressing against the door panel couldn't stop it from shaking for crap :-S
 
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