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Should not be that hard - removing Mule Pro MX center floor panel

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Mule Pro MX question:  Is there a trick to removing the center floor panel or "tunnel" other than removing the 8 plastic rivets?  I removed the rivets but the panel won't pop up easily, and I don't want to force it with a crow bar so as not to break some tabs or other hidden parts.  Accessory mount instruction attached.  Thanks for your help.  rider

Mule Pro MX floor tunnel.pdf

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Looking at the first illustration it looks like it could also clip into the floorboard. And you would kind of squeeze it in and pull up to remove.

If that isn't the case call your dealer.

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I'll try the squeeze idea,  thanks!

Figured it out.   A plastic stud on  each side go es down into the floor 

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On 1/14/2020 at 9:16 AM, rjfrider said:

I'll try the squeeze idea,  thanks!

Figured it out.   A plastic stud on  each side go es down into the floor 

 

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