Get soeone with smaller hands to help you. Other than taking your bumber off that's the only way.. Just be prepared for some damage to it. Very few of us have been able to get it our without a fight or tears. It's taped to the inside so you have to yank it out. Not at all scientific or delicate but it works.. I lost the lower right corner of mine bit it's mostly intact. I've started a scrapbook with all the bullitt articles and stuff I can find.
You'll find the lower end is just jammed between the impact absorbtion foam and the bumper. The top end is taped to the crossmember with plain old masking tape. If you can get the lower end where you can get a good purchase on the entire sheet, a slooooow pull to one side or the other will tear the tape and not the paper. I helped member JBVobra get his the night we met. I got mine intact, and he lost a small corner, but the data was intact.
One of my daughters would have had an easier time, but neither was with me when I went searching for it.
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