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I didn't know where to put this...so if this is the wrong place..mods feel free to move it.

Here is my question does anybody know what I can use to remove JB Weld or simply break it.

Reason being is I have the foglights for my sports bumper and after hitting a cat or racoon the tabs that were holding my foglight broke. So I JB Welded the foglights to the bumper but i'm having too many problems with them and decided to get the new batch of fogs. So again does anybody know how I can remove the JB Weld from the bumper.
 

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try hitting another racoon in reverse.

seriously, i am not sure how you'd do it, without using some type of chemical which may or may not damage your paint. i'd contact jb weld directly, i would think others have asked the same sort of question. good luck.
 

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im with him, it was meant to act like a weld, similar to an epoxy, once its dry, it will never be able to liquify again.


i feel sorry for ya man, you should have used some silicone or somthing, not JB weld...
 

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im with him, it was meant to act like a weld,
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Jb weld is god. One of my buddies when we ran big bodied cars together, we did a 94 chevy caprice. Long story short, we had an adjustable suspension on it ( airbags) and we drug the shit out of that poor frame, one time we hit a road dot, and it tore a chunk out of the oil pan..

What saved the day? Jb feckin weld. That till the day i die, owns me.
 
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