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May I ask why you need to remove the speakers? You can usually gently pry them away from the sides of the coach with a thin bladed putty knife or 5 in 1 tool and you put a thin shield on the body with a soft cloth under it. Even then, it is going to be a project that requires some special care. Most of the time these are not glued down and as there is no need for that. Hope that helps some. Get back to me if you need more as all follow ups are included in our fee. Attach a photo of these if you can so I can see the actual mounting and surrounding surface.
There might be, but I am not aware of one that would work especially well on this situation and not harm the paint. You might want to check with a local automotive store that has some products that might help. I can ask as my "neighbor" to my shop is a large automotive parts house when I get to work later this morning. I am in California and it is early here.
I'll get back to you in a few hours on this.............
Are these stuck on with silicone around the edges or possibly "stuck" on using mastic or putty tape (like modeling clay) on this?
I would take a sharp box knife and carefully cut around the edge and see if you can gently pry this up as I mentioned before.
Just checking back in to see if you were able to get those speakers off o.k. or do you still need some additional input from me on this?