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Old 10-06-2013, 11:50 AM   #1
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I'm thinking about debadging miss Sally but before I think to much on it, has anyone else done this. What are your thoughts?
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I'm thinking about debadging miss Sally but before I think to much on it, has anyone else done this. What are your thoughts?
I've thought about it.. But never have. I prefer them on there
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Old 10-06-2013, 12:21 PM   #3
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no badges is awesome
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I talked to my dad and he asked if they had alignment holes. Anybody no lol
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unfortunately they probably do
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Should shave the letters on the bumper too. I'm not sure if they have alignment holes, never took them off.
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lol ya man, if you take them off your left with a hole... theres like a tab that sticks out of the emblem...
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Old 10-06-2013, 02:50 PM   #9
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You could always do what I did

He could but that's ugly the GT badge looks so much nicer and cleaner..
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He could but that's ugly the GT badge looks so much nicer and cleaner..
Same badge that Shelby uses!
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I plasti dipped every badge except for the Ford badge on the back. It's a black car so it works.
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Old 10-06-2013, 04:54 PM   #12
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You want to remove your GT emblems... Are you not a proud GT owner?

Ik for sure the 05-09s had holes in the OEM fenders, some aftermarket fenders do not.
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I think ill just leave them then. I need a new a rear bumper tho

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You want to remove your GT emblems... Are you not a proud GT owner? Ik for sure the 05-09s had holes in the OEM fenders, some aftermarket fenders do not.
I am a proud gt owner. I just like the element of surprise lol
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If you're going for a hardcore sleeper look, then maybe. Just know if you do remove them you'll most likely have to buff around the area to remove the oxidation and there's always the possibility the paint underneath will be a darker color due to paint fading under the sun.
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If you're going for a hardcore sleeper look, then maybe. Just know if you do remove them you'll most likely have to buff around the area to remove the oxidation and there's always the possibility the paint underneath will be a darker color due to paint fading under the sun.
Another true fact I never thought about lol
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Ah I just remembered something! I'd like to correct myself. OEM Fenders DO NOT have the holes. It was the aftermarket fenders that DO have the holes. My bad man (and to everyone else who read my post above)!
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Ah I just remembered something! I'd like to correct myself. OEM Fenders DO NOT have the holes. It was the aftermarket fenders that DO have the holes. My bad man (and to everyone else who read my post above)!
Oh ok that's good to know but everyone I talk to says to leave them on so majority rules.
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