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08-25-2019, 06:11 AM

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Originally Posted by realkingcobra View Post
The pins are from a pin nailer. If you use a block of hardwood as a buffer, you can knock the trim off, sliding it to the end of the rail and off, pulling the pins with it.

What happens to the pins that went through the aluminum anchor inside the rail ?? I have found no easy way to get them out, but, at least I have a method that works and is not insanely terrible to achieve.

Trent from Toledo

p.s. I have no idea what the person is talking about "filing" them out.

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