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jims427400

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67 427 tripower,68 427 tripower,04 Z16, 62 340hp
My previous owners wife must have wanted those cheap mirrors on the back of the sun visors (big ones too) and I'm going to have to break them to remove, any ideas on what would dissolve the adhesive behind the remaining pieces??
 

Wayne robson

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australia
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sold my last corvette.
may help

Hello Jim i would first try, i actually dont no what it is called, but its a preparation cleaner you go over all vinyl before you paint it, like if you where to paint the vinyl upholstery in a car, and thats used for vinyl and leather. the last time i purchased some was at a boot or shoe repairer shop, of coarse thats if your visours are vinyl, regards wayne.
 

McSnagg

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Nebraska
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1988 Triple Black Convertible Z52 4+3
I've used 3M General Adhesive Remover on all types of adhesives, road tar, etc. Always comes through for me. I bought it at CARQUEST.

Good luck :w
 

MikeMc71

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Tucson, Arizona
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1970 Roadster, 1971 LT-1, 1971 Coupe
Believe it or not....GooGone......it won't hurt any surface, and the stuff really works.
 

Vetteforfun

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Belmont, NC
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1999 Magnetic Red Coupe, 6 speed, Z06 Ti Exhaust
I use GooGone for most every sticky problem, even dealership logos and decals.
 

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