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Old 04-24-2010, 09:34 PM   #1
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removing gt emblems from front fenders

ok mustang experts whats the easiest way to remove the gt emblems from the front fenders, i would think they are just stuck on.
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

Assuming an 05+ car. A little bit of heat and fishing line is what I used. You will have 2 holes in the fender though when your done

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cant deal with holes, i thought they were just stuck on. Thanks
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

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cant deal with holes, i thought they were just stuck on. Thanks
yea went to remove the ford logo and same thing. i like the gt emblems though
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

does anybody make a black chrome gt emblem, i will have to see if i can find some, they would go perfect i think.
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

Maybe you could get an additional set of GT emblems, lightly sand them-to prep for paint-and "create" your own-to your liking-remove the others and install the new ones..
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

thats the plan, probally gonna soda blast them nice and easy instead of sanding them, will see how they turn out
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

Some like the "powered by ford" emblems the shelby GT has~ something to think about I guess.
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Re: removing gt emblems from front fenders

I pulled my GT emblems off of my )% a couple od years ago and painted them matt black and stuck em back on. They look good on my Torch Red car with other black accents.
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I like that Powered by ford idea.
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im sure you could buy new emblems or take yours off and have them painted black chrome~ and re stick em
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That would look sharp
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