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Today I’m taking off this truck cap. [Op I left the truck in reverse] ~crash~ Today I’m
taking off this truck cap/shell cap/ camper shell, whatever name it goes by.
The tailgate is also connected. It’s all one separate plastic piece. Now obviously
it’s not meant to come off since there isn’t a finished bed. The goal is to keep
this intact so I can just put it right back on. To do this I can take a scissors
with a thin beak, use one of the two blades to work my way underneath the
tailgate. I like to move it towards the center, and then from there I just pry it
off. Might be able to just pull it off from
here…yep. And there you have it, it’s off. But did I break the piece? It’s still
intact, so you can always put it right back on. Taking a look at this bizarre
excuse for a tailgate and a camper shell, it’s not
see-through. On the bright side, you could totally make your own functional
tailgate. That’s another video in the making right there. I’m sure other people
have their own way of doing this but this is how I like to do it. Again, something thin like the blade of a
scissors, get that underneath the tailgate. Work your way towards the
center…comes right off. Now once you have it off, it’s whatever you want to do with
it. In my case I’m going to leave it on, so that I have a totally different truck
from this one. So that’s how you take off that optional camper shell. Hopefully you
find this helpful. For now I gotta run. RT Spacer with you. Let’s roll!