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Rear bumper chrome piece removal

I've searched and couldn't find anything

Has anyone removed or have seen instructions on how to remove the chrome piece that is on the bumper? I want to plasti dip it, and would rather take it off the car

I think this is it, but there are no instructions

http://www.justforjeeps.com/chstpadsu.html

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Re: Rear bumper chrome piece removal

You're supposed to remove the bumper to do it the right way but I just pulled it up just have to be careful not to break the plastic clips
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Re: Rear bumper chrome piece removal

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You're supposed to remove the bumper to do it the right way but I just pulled it up just have to be careful not to break the plastic clips
So just stick a screw driver or a tack puller and pry it up?
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Re: Rear bumper chrome piece removal

Pull on the chrome but I use the plastic trim removers. As u pull u have to release the clips from the Black's step pad
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