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pole drift
09-01-11, 10:40
Does anyone hav any tips for getting this stuff off?? I tried using a heat gun and some of i came off but it got sticky. Has anyone any tried and tested tips that actually work??

Administrator
09-01-11, 10:47
Should come off easy on a good frosty morning with a hammer and chisel

Mick K
09-01-11, 10:51
Dry Ice...............!

git
09-01-11, 12:32
Dry Ice...............!

robbie ..............?

paddy 180
09-01-11, 16:14
Should come off easy on a good frosty morning with a hammer and chisel

x2.. Most of it will break off in big enough pieces if you do it this way.. a bastard of a job whatever way you go about it tho:(

Kaleb180
09-01-11, 16:16
x2.. Most of it will break off in big enough pieces if you do it this way.. a bastard of a job whatever way you go about it tho:(

x3 ... hell of a job joe , but this is pretty much the best way !
It will take some time to get it all off !!!

Prodrifter86
09-01-11, 17:58
its actually not that bad. only around the tunnell. where its sticky. other than that it just all chips off.

Daly
09-01-11, 18:32
Was only thinking this myself took me and a friend all day yesterday to get all of it out of a 180 two of us beating away at it for hours, hope i wont have to that again for years abseloutely sick of it :mad:

ciaran r
09-01-11, 19:05
Dry Ice...............!


only thing for it

Drift_sil80
09-01-11, 22:38
nooooo use a air chisel 10-15 mins job done rub of tinners after looks da beans ;)

Dunnedriftin
09-01-11, 22:43
Liquid Nitrogen, have access to it in work :)

found out after i had removed mine tho, ment to work a treat :D

sean
09-01-11, 23:22
where can you get liquid nitrogen is it expensive?

Dunnedriftin
09-01-11, 23:25
where can you get liquid nitrogen is it expensive?

Need to have a license to have it ;) Cant just go out and buy it..

sean
09-01-11, 23:31
were do you get that

Dunnedriftin
09-01-11, 23:35
were do you get that

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=where+to+get+a+liquid+nitrogen+license+in+irela nd

:D

sean
09-01-11, 23:39
burn..........

kenny046
10-01-11, 18:40
burn..........

have u anything valid to add???

sandstorm
10-01-11, 18:55
a bit of a tangent i know but why bother taking it out?
rules & regulations.. fair enough
weight.. does it save you that much?
or just the look of it...

Aidan Hogan
10-01-11, 19:02
Its a cunt of a job :mad:
Hammer and chisel is how I did it , be prepared to slit your hands to bits haha


burn..........

Ahahahahaa liking his tagline admin :D

dude
31-03-11, 23:19
hammer and chisel and a bit of good tar remover

si_berry
31-03-11, 23:25
Ye your man Sean was an aweful tool!

Kevin'c
31-03-11, 23:32
yea i heard the same thing about the dry ice.you leave it sit on it for about a half an hour and then just hit it a slap of a hammer and its sopost to just shater and come off?:)

tweek
01-04-11, 11:30
Removing sound deadening lol a bit too fast too furious for me what are Ye going for ten second cars????

Scamper
01-04-11, 11:32
Blow torch and a chisel, i had it out in no time!!!:)

gofaster_s13
01-04-11, 13:00
Co2 fire extinguishers work the same as Liquid nitrogen, just horse it on and the sound deadening breaks itself off in big slabs.

pole drift
01-04-11, 13:10
Co2 fire extinguishers work the same as Liquid nitrogen, just horse it on and the sound deadening breaks itself off in big slabs.

Good lad, im off to "acquire" a fire extinguisher :D

Spartacus
01-04-11, 13:10
Where would you get dry ice? :o

gofaster_s13
01-04-11, 13:51
Good lad, im off to "acquire" a fire extinguisher :D


You'll need about 3 of the big ones.

clifford106447
01-04-11, 14:29
i took all mine out wit a hammer and chizle and for all the work and time there is not that much weight in it. i think for work+time not worth it in my opinion

gofaster_s13
01-04-11, 14:35
i took all mine out wit a hammer and chizle and for all the work and time there is not that much weight in it. i think for work+time not worth it in my opinion

Half an hour does it if you use Liquid Nitrogen or Co2 fire extinguishers.

DaveM-sport
01-04-11, 17:32
Found out by accident, brake fluid split and left soak into it lifts it up in huge chunks too! :)


I haven't had much problems with heat gun and chisel but Liquid nitrogen makes it very easy if you can get it.

Alan B.
01-04-11, 17:40
yeah, freezing is the only way to do it fast.
do it right and it comes out in one large sheet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9LP7dS7uUw

conor
04-09-12, 14:16
where do you buy dry ice ????

rps-13
07-09-12, 09:55
any plumbing shop should have pipe freeze in an airasol

fitzer
11-09-12, 21:40
i just picked up a metal bar and started batin the shite out of each sheet and it came up in big sections. leaves little dents in the floor tho doin it that way

jj05y
13-09-12, 19:25
dryice.ie will deliver. 10kg in pellets was 60quid. would do 2 cars.

Big P
13-09-12, 23:00
dryice.ie will deliver. 10kg in pellets was 60quid. would do 2 cars.

I have priced it u at a supplier of dry ice 50 for 10kgs it's in santry near Dublin airport

jj05y
13-09-12, 23:07
aye,,, 60 included next day delivery,

Smokey Bear
14-09-12, 00:37
Got shit sick of it the other night and just started baitin the stuff with the hammer. If you hit it at a slight angle to the panel with the edge of the hammer it literally flys off in massive chunks. No need for a chisel.

Paddy drifter
04-10-12, 20:10
i parked the car in the sun and using jus a chisel i peeled it off

Stephen R32
16-10-12, 10:50
I have no willy

Chuck_g
16-10-12, 12:05
I have no willy

Ah shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit, you can borrow mine kiiiid! :wink: