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Performance Tool Multi-Wedge Pry Tool Set - 6 Pieces

Performance Tool Multi-Wedge Pry Tool Set - 6 Pieces

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  • Multi-wedge pry tools designed to gently remove dashboards, consoles, and other items without causing damage
    • Great for use the home, body shop or office
  • Thin design and flat ends good for working with delicate surfaces
  • Round ends good for thicker surfaces
  • Orange wedges for soft prying
  • Black wedges for hard prying
  • Durable, non-marring nylon prevents scratching of painted and delicate surfaces

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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Performance Tool Wiring - Tools for Wiring - PTW80647 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Performance Tool Multi-Wedge Pride Tool Set. The Multi-Wedge Pride Tools are designed to gently remove dashboards, consoles and other items without causing damage. So it works really well to remove trim molding, bezels and various clips and fasteners. We have a really nice thin design with the flat ends. These are really good for working with delicate surfaces. So just to begin, you'll notice that we have a black set and we have an orange set.

The orange wedges are for soft prying. The black wedges are for hard prying.They're the exact same dimensions and styles except one is black, the other one's orange. So these two, or these four have a really nice thin design and flat ends. These are good for working with delicate surfaces and then these two have the round end which is good for thicker surfaces. Again, orange is for soft prying, black is for hard prying.

They're made from a durable, non-marring nylon to prevent scratching of painted and delicate surfaces.The small ones measure 5 inches long by 7/8 of an inch wide at the widest point. The longer ones measure 6 and 7/8 inches long by 1 inch wide at the widest point and then the round one, these measure 6 and 7/8 inch long and then edge to edge at the widest point is 2 inches wide.That's gonna do it for today's look at the Performance Tool Multi-Wedge Pride Tool Set.

Customer Reviews

Performance Tool Multi-Wedge Pry Tool Set - 6 Pieces - PTW80647

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (18 Customer Reviews)


They work very well.


great parts !


there just isn’t anything special about them. Also the video on how to install the products were top notch and made installation quick and easy. Under 20 minutes. Fantastic!


Very helpful in pulling off the trim in my car. Well worth the money so as to not damage the trim on a brand new car. There’s two different stiffnesses of each type of trim tool which gives a broad range of assistance.


Meets my need. Sturdy tools


These are handy, but I'm not confident how durable they'll be in the long term. I already bent the corner of one piece after the first use, but it was a tricky panel. The wide, rounded tool works really well though.


made the job much easier!


Worked great, in the past I have used my fingers, a putty knife or a screwdriver. This was much easier to pop the interior panels off.


Great tools for removing trim and an unbelievable price! Great value for the product. And fast delivery.












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    The only instructions for wiring harness # 118652 are the basic install instructions that come with it and that I have linked for reference. What I recommend for trim panels are trim panel tools # PTW80647 which will work much better than metal tools like screwdrivers that can potentially damage plastic trim panels. I have linked a video showing how they work.
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    Installation of Curt trailer wiring harness # C56040 is going to be similar to the 2 videos I have linked. In fact it should be just about identical. Once you see how it is done you will wonder why the dealer wants to charge such a price! I do recommend a trim panel remover tool, # PTW80647, which does make things a lot easier.
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    In order to install the trailer wiring harness # 118521 on your 2014 Honda Odyssey with the built-in vacuum you would have to remove the vacuum, 12 volt power plug, and subwoofer in order to then follow the installation instructions. A trim panel remover tool, # PTW80647, would be helpful to get the panels loose.
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    If they are the type of fasteners that you can pry out then the best tool for the job is a fastener removal tool # PTW80647. It works much like the claw end of a hammer. You will be able to pry out the fasteners with ease using a tool like this. Since many of the fasteners now a days are plastic use caution when removing them so they do not break.
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    The best way to pull the trim panel loose on your 2013 Honda Civic to install trailer wiring is to use a trim panel tool such as # PTW80647. These tools work much better than other tools, like screwdrivers, to remove stubborn panels gently without excessive prying. I have also linked a video showing installation of a different harness that should help you.
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