'86 grandwagoneer trim and wood grain

Asked by Oct 16, 2010 at 03:50 PM about the 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

what is the recommended method of renewing trim around wood grain and where is wood grain available for replacement

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not sure about the wood grain but i found a place online that specializes in Grand Wagoneers. www.teamgrandwagoneer.com

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not much you can do to renew it. Best place to get replacements is bjsoffroad.com It is a grand wagoneer specialty store although you would never know from the name. They offer a better woodgrain selection with the different woodgraiin types/shades. And the best way to remove your old stuff is a heat gun or really hot hair dryer. I done this on 2 gw already.

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what does the jeep look like when you take of the grain?

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transmission fluid works great on this.


You might check out this online place... wagonmasters in Texas.


wagonmaster wont help out with any information. I have tried, its also listed on there site they wont sell parts or help you. once you buy a gw from them, you can probably get serviced but other than that, forget it. you can try bjsoffroad.com or teamgrandwagoneer.com

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