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I've always used a bodyfiller spreader -- a soft plastic , very thin and plyable -- just slide it under the nameplate and work your way along .

then I use an eraser wheel on a drill to remove the double faced tape .

wipe it clean with a rag and polish -- never know there was anything there.
this what I have done too!
that eraser wheel was one of my best purchases!
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they make plastic razor blades that will help cut the log off too then use an eraser wheel is way i did mine (worked for a body shop a lil while so they are rofl easy to use)
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Fishing line to cut them off then an eraser wheel on a drill or die grinder then wipe er clean with glass cleaner
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Fishing line still the preferred method on the 2015s? I really dislike those huge chrome letters and numbers on the doors.

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Yep- Fishing line- goo gone- wax. done.
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Thanks. Gonna give this a try today.
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I tried using heat on one side and one side without. I definitely think no heat is the way to go. The tape peeled away and stayed in larger pieces than when I used heat. Matter of fact, I'd like to try this again when it is close to freezing outside to see how that works.

Now I just need to remove the 4X4 badge on the tailgate. Too bad the big ram's head is recessed in the tailgate or I would remove that also. But if I do, it would look weird like something is missing.
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Removed the 4X4 and the ram's head. I didn't know there were holes in the tailgate under it. Now I need to figure out what to put there to fill the holes.
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