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Old 09-22-2013, 03:41 PM
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Hey Man, I just did mine 3 weeks ago and also did my 2011. You need to use "GOOF OFF". that is the one that works. There is Goo-gone, Crud kutter, blah, blah blah. None of those work.

I squirted goof off on a rag (liberally), and rubbed the spot for less that 45 seconds and it was all gone. Promptly wash with soap and wax immediately when that dries and you're good to go.

Not sure if you had a typ=O on your post but Goo Off sounds like a knockoff. I got the Goof Off at Home Depot in a flip small flip top can.

If you did try the actual goof off, the Maguires Wheel on a drill is the next step.

Your right, it was Goo Gone I tried. I'll have to try the Goof Off or get a stripe wheel remover that some have suggested.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:12 PM
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It was a hopeless feeling before i whipped out the CC!![/QUOTE]


This is how my wife must feel every time she enters a mall.
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:27 PM
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I have to thank everyone for there help and tips especially BOWIEKNIFE's video recommendation.
After letting my fingernails heal for a few days, I tried the video below.

This YOUTUBE Video is by far the best time saving video ever. I was doing it all wrong. You must see it if you're going to debadge!!!
I took off 10 letters and numbers plus the 2 Hemi Badges in about 20min with ease!!!!

I may repost this in some other area's to get the work out.



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Here is a link on how to properly take off the tape. This worked really well for me...

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Old 09-23-2013, 07:48 PM
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No problem Man, that vid was circulating around this site and it saved me (and quite a few others) a lot of time. Glad you got it debadged! I think it makes the truck look much sleeker. Post up some pics
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:14 PM
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Will post some pics soon.
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Removing it like in the video probably only works if the adhesive is still fairly new.

I removed mine fairly soon, probably 6 months after and some of it peeled, some didn't.

I ended up using that Goo Gone or whatever, the lemon stuff, and a plastic putty knife to rub away at it.

Didn't seem to scratch anything.
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Here is a link on how to properly take off the tape. This worked really well for me...

Just tried this one. Took the tailgate badge off as well as the door badges. Worked like a charm. Never had any Naptha though so I used some Fondu fuel. Left the Hemi 5.7 badge on though for the time being, not sure if I'm going to leave them or not at this point. It is still pretty new though, less then a month, so not sure if that has anything to do with the ease of peeling the tape off.
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Goof off is mineral spirits (read the ingredients) Dealer ships and body shops use "acrosol" another low spirit remover. Slide around the corner to detail dept at your dealer they will fix you up.
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:14 PM
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Removing it like in the video probably only works if the adhesive is still fairly new.

I removed mine fairly soon, probably 6 months after and some of it peeled, some didn't.

I ended up using that Goo Gone or whatever, the lemon stuff, and a plastic putty knife to rub away at it.

Didn't seem to scratch anything.

My truck is 3 years old and it came off so easy. Just need to keep the forward pull and correct angle so it doesn't break.
How's the truck look?
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:16 PM
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Just tried this one. Took the tailgate badge off as well as the door badges. Worked like a charm. Never had any Naptha though so I used some Fondu fuel. Left the Hemi 5.7 badge on though for the time being, not sure if I'm going to leave them or not at this point. It is still pretty new though, less then a month, so not sure if that has anything to do with the ease of peeling the tape off.
You took off the rear badge. I looked at mine, looks like an indentation in the metal? I'm thinking of Black Chroming with Dupli-Color Shadow Chrome Blackout Kit? Check it out online. Looks good. May do the front badge and grill?
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