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Old 04-23-2014, 01:14 PM   #1
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I've been thinking about debadging my car for some time now... I think it would make the car a lot cleaner, but I'm not exactly sure how to do it. If any of you could help out with some tips, send them my way please!
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your hand lol.. there held on by 2 sided tape and have a little post on the back that plugs into the body.. so you will have holes.. you would have to do body work
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Heat gun, fishing line, and Goo-Gone. There's quite a few walk-through videos on YouTube.
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your hand lol.. there held on by 2 sided tape and have a little post on the back that plugs into the body.. so you will have holes.. you would have to do body work

Lol I didn't think it'd be so easy :p
Are the holes something most people can just fill by themselves?

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Heat gun, fishing line, and Goo-Gone. There's quite a few walk-through videos on YouTube.

I'll check them out, thanks
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Not too bad to do a heat gun or hair dryer helps a ton! I'm not debadging but I'm putting the running pony in place of the gt on mine. Took them off last night just spray goo gone and heat them up with a hair drier and they came off took me 5 mins for all 3 gt badges
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