Multi Wedge's trim panel removal tools make removing stubborn door and trim panels easier. Their thin, slick tips slide gently into tight gaps without scratching up your car's interior. The set includes three flexible wedge-shaped tools that won't break or snap no matter how you bend them, along with three rigid ones that can handle the excessive force necessary for tough installations. Two tools sport curved tips for easy prying. Warranty: 30 days.

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What's in the box?

  • Small orange wedge tool
  • Medium orange wedge tool
  • Large orange wedge tool
  • Small black wedge tool
  • Medium black wedge tool
  • Large black wedge tool

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Features

Overview: The Multi Wedge 3600 are pry-removal tools that can replace screwdrivers, pry bars and all other metal prying tools that may cause damage and marring of delicate surfaces in your vehicle. The Multi Wedges save time and money by getting the job done quickly yet carefully without having to repair nicks, dents, or scratches caused by using the wrong tool. The Orange Wedges are made from a high tech specially blended Polyethylene which is incredibly flexible and won't break or snap. The black wedges are made from a high tech specially blended Polycarbonate with high impact qualities for tough applications. The Multi Wedge 3600 comes in a 6-pack. It consists of the following wedge tools.

  • Orange Flexible Tip Wedges:
    • Small Wedge: Width = 0.862", Height = 0.485" Length = 5.05" 
    • Medium Wedge: Width = 1.003", Height = 0.564", Length = 6.909"
    • Large Wedge: Width = 2.021", Height = 0.567", Length = 6.949"
  • Black High Impact Wedges:
    • Small Wedge: Width = 0.886", Height = 0.489" Length = 5.049" 
    • Medium Wedge: Width = 1.015", Height = 0.575", Length = 6.955"
    • Large Wedge: Width = 2.051", Height = 0.603", Length = 7.002"

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Good tool

Written By etrent808, lahaina hi on Friday, June 15, 2012

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Good tool have used for 2 cars n 1 truck and has not broke or messed up anything. Only this is one of them dont seem to work to well a flat head was better used.

Pros: Good n strong

Cons: One no good flat head better

Great for dash panels, didn't try on door panel.

Written By David, Eldersburg, MD on Tuesday, August 03, 2010

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The more flexible wedge was awesome for popping off the center console of my '03 Honda Odyssey. These tools are very flexible and won't mar the finish. Not sure I need all three shapes, but I haven't had need to pop other panels yet (like on doors), so I'm still glad I bought the whole set (especially given reasonable price).

Softer than a screwdriver or putty knife - but isn't that the point?

Written By dt63944, East Aurora, NY on Sunday, April 04, 2010

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Go on the web and you'll see install notes with people using screwdrivers and
putty knives to lift trim panels. Forget it. Even if you mash up the end of
these wedges, and have to buy another kit, would you rather take the chance of
gouging up that great vehicle and thinking about how you couldn't spring for
these when you probably paid hundreds to upgrade your sound system?

By the way, get a 1/4 piece of scrap plexiglass from a local dealer and use it
as a flat surface to smooth out the gouges that you're going to put on the ends
of these tools - and only use the orange ones on softer trim like the dash,
they'll get pretty mashed if you use them for hard plastic wedging.

Great Product

Written By Bob, Endicott, NY on Sunday, February 21, 2010

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I highly recommend these if you are going to do any work on your car
interior. They make removing panels quick and easy and will save your
trim.

Get the SG tool Aid 87650

Written By John, Snohomish, wa on Wednesday, May 27, 2009

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I used the SG 87650 tool aid 95% of the time. I found the multi wedges to be soft and fragile, and rearely could they provide enough leverage. I did apply them occasionally as a wedge while prying the door off with the 87650. But I think the 87650 alone will do the job

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Written By Jeffrey, Springfield, OR on Friday, May 22, 2009

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Worth the price. Save your interior from a screwdriver slip. Also helped me fish GPS wires thru the dash side.

Works Great

Written By David, Rio Rancho, NM on Tuesday, May 12, 2009

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I am very glad that I found these before I tried to install my speakers. I contacted Stephen and he was able to get them shipped out with my current order. They made the install much easier and didn't scratch the finish on my truck. I would recommend these to anyone that needs to take of the interior panels of their vehicle.

GREAT PRODUCT

Written By Jeffery, TUCSON, AZ on Saturday, April 18, 2009

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WORK GREAT, I WISH I HAD THESE ON MY COUNTLESS OTHER INSTALLS. MY ONLY COMPLAINT IS THAT THE BLACK ONES ARE DIFFICULT TO FIND SOMETIMES, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE WORKING INTO THE EVENING. I WRAPPED SOME YELLOW ELECTRICAL TAPE AROUND THE HANDLE.

wedges

Written By Gil, Maryland on Thursday, March 05, 2009

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Great product makes taking those door, and arm-rest covers out a snap.

Worth the money!

Written By Zach, Markham, TEXAS on Sunday, February 22, 2009

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These wedges are awesome. Made my install a piece of cake. I hardly even cussed!

Excellent Deal

Written By Douglas, Sumter, SC on Sunday, February 01, 2009

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These tools are a great deal at Crutchfield's price. I have a couple of sets of plastic tools and these are by far the best. I would give them 5 stars but one of the tools arrived with a crack.

Multi Wedge Trim Panel Tools

Written By Charles, East Brunswick, NJ on Monday, January 19, 2009

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I am a professional automotive equipment installer with over 25 years of experience. I purchased the tool set in order to remove dashboards, knee bolsters, door panels, consoles, trim panels, etc. from every type of vehicle new and old from Audi models to Peterbilt tractors to powerboats and motorhomes. The tools perform grea, are very easy to use, and execute the task at hand. By the way, for those whom are less experienced, panel removal tools are designed to sustain some damage during normal use- if they did not the piece that you are trying to remove would and you wouldn't be to happy with that nor your customer! Awesome product and great pricing. Moreover, I also own a set of professional panel removal tools but I have found myself favoring and using this set more often. In addition, I purchased three more sets to give as Christmas gifts to my installer buddies and they love them as well.

Cool set of tools.

Written By Ryan, Philadelphia, PA on Saturday, November 15, 2008

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I purchased these in order to remove the door panel and some of the door electronics from my 2001 Monte Carlo (I had never removed a car door panel before). I used them in conjunction with the S&G Tool Aid 87650. I really only ended up using the small black wedge and the wide black wedge, and as another reviewer mentioned they did sustain some damage (which is why I only gave the set a four). Other than that they did work very well. I was easily able to get the door panel off and all of the electrical panel (the mirror switches, power lock switches, and power window switches) without damaging the clips, scratching the paint, or damaging the plastic trim.

Multi Wedge Trim Panel Tools

Written By Pete, Minneapolis, MN on Sunday, October 19, 2008

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I just used the black ones (I didn't need the orange ones). They worked very well, and sustained some damage but I have used them a few times since and they are still holding up.

Works well

Written By T, New Hampshire on Friday, January 11, 2008

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I used these tools to remove various trim and panel pieces in my 2006 Tacoma during an install of an I-pod adapter. They didn't scratch any of my panels and made the install easy.