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Icon8 1995+ center consol removal?

well i was at the junk yard and found a full length out of a 1995 explorer (the newer style...i think it was a 95) and i got the cup holder, front cubbys, rear vents and radio controls, 6 disk holder, inside liner all out, and got down to the metal where the console goes over the heater vent and got stuck . there was a bunch of plastic rivet like things is that all i have to do. i dont want the heater vent tube that runs under it unless i have to have it. but some pix about how to remove it would be great. it needs a lid but the guy said i could have it for $25 if i remove it so i want to get it. thanks any help appreciated.

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