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Hmmm, any pix? If the mag sits in a pocket underneath, then, with the body off, the chassis can be flexed slightly so that a small, sharp flat screwdriver can be used. If its a puck in a well inside, there is usually a hole on the bottom where a small punch can be used to force it up and reachable in the well. Also, if you can grab the mag with a pliers, a twisting force can pop them off the surface. Usually it doesn't take much. I haven't damaged any of my cars with these techniques.

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LMP, good advice as always from the guys above.
You might like to take a look at a similar question from about 3 months back.
The link will take you straight to a post about CHISELS! , which is NOT as daft as it sounds! Some methods end up breaking the magnet and you might not care (most people don't), but if you do, then take a look see. The whole thread is worth a good read - there is tons of interesting and useful information there.

(Thinks . . .'there IS' or 'there ARE' tons? Ah the hell with it - it's interesting anyway!)
 

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QUOTE so you wont want it
Probably not, as I suggested, but you MIGHT - waste not want not!


Possibilities are that you want to return the car to original condition for a box standard race, or maybe use it in another car that you accidentally lost or broke the magnet and need to refurbish it - wouldn't you just HATE to spend money on actually BUYING one of those!
 
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