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Old 04-16-2013, 12:11 PM   #1
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Just got 2 3.7 emblems from American Muscle. They look amazing! I had a question too. My buddy has a 2013 and wants the same emblems except he's got the pony side plate. Is there any way to remove that? Also a safe way to get the sticky residue off. I was thinking of that Goo Off cleaning product however I don't want to strip his paint
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If its adhesive adhered, probably is, use a blowdryer to heat the adhesive up and make it pliable then get a corner and gently pry it off. And as for the adhesive remover I used turtle wax label and sticker remover. Works great!

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Just got 2 3.7 emblems from American Muscle. They look amazing! I had a question too. My buddy has a 2013 and wants the same emblems except he's got the pony side plate. Is there any way to remove that? Also a safe way to get the sticky residue off. I was thinking of that Goo Off cleaning product however I don't want to strip his paint
I think he gonna have to deal with 2 holes. I want to also do that but the 2 holes is all that is stopping me. I believe you would have to take it to a body shop to get them filled
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Well if he wants the 3.7 emblem he can just cover the holes easily
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Well if he wants the 3.7 emblem he can just cover the holes easily
true. I wanted to remove them completely. I like the clean look a bit more
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true. I wanted to remove them completely. I like the clean look a bit more
I think it just adhesive, i could be extremely wrong. But best way is to heat up and use fishing line to get off
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I think it just adhesive, i could be extremely wrong. But best way is to heat up and use fishing line to get off
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I think it just adhesive, i could be extremely wrong. But best way is to heat up and use fishing line to get off
I know pony package cars have 2 guide holes in the fender for the emblem.
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I know pony package cars have 2 guide holes in the fender for the emblem.
And there yaa go i was wrong lol:b
Just cover with 3.7 emblem;b
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if it is glued on after you get the emblem off --to get the glue off I have used goo gone no harm the paint or clear coat
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There's a template online that you can use to place the 3.7 emblems on and it should cover up the holes. I've been too lazy to pull my pony package emblems off and install them.

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If the pony guide holes are horizontal, the 3.7 emblems should cover them; if the holes are vertical, then maybe the 3.7 emblems will not.

Before purchasing to replace a pony emblem, I'd be sure of this.
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