After reading multiple posts i decided to take a few inputs from here and there and debadge my dodge. These are the 10 VERY EASY steps that i followed. I hope that this helps you tackle this task on your own!
Heat gun and extension cord
Flat Head Screw driver
Paint stick (shortened and sanded down to use as a scraper)
Old Cotton T-Shirt
Wax and Buffing pad
This only took about 1 hour (per side) from start to finish and that included adapting the paint stick.
Make a home made scraper using a paint stirring stick. What i did was cut it down and then use a hand sander to make one end resemble a plastic scraper. Timeline: 10 mins.
Clean the surface so that you do not unintentionally scratch the surface when rubbing to remove the glue. Timeline: 3 mins.
Using the heat gun heat up the letters/numbers. Be sure to keep the heat moving so that you do not overheat the paint. Remove the letters/numbers by CAREFULLY putting the flat tip screw driver behind and pulling out ward. For good measure I placed my other hand behind the screw driver so that I would hurt my hand before hurting my truck. You will be left with a 1/8th thick glue letter/number. Timeline: 30 seconds per letter.
Using your heat gun and wooden homemade scraper, heat up the glue and gently scrape it off. You will be left with a very thin coat of very sticky glue residue. Timeline 30 seconds per letter.
Take your old T-shirt and dip a corner of it in the gasoline. Dab the gasoline covered t-shirt over the glue residue and let it sit. Use enough gasoline to really wet the glue residue but not so much that it is dripping down the door of the truck. Timeline: 2 mins.
Using a dry portion of the T-shirt rub the sticky glue residue toward the center of the letter or number. You may feel like you are making more of a mess at this point, the idea is to get up the bulk of the glue. Timeline: Varies with size of letter but up to 3 mins per letter.
Keeping your t-shirt nice and wet with gas use a circular rubbing motion to remove the remaining glue residue. This is where you should really start to see the finish line! Timeline: Varies with size of letter but up to 3 mins per letter.
After you removed all of the glue residue, be sure to very throughly wash the entire area. You want to make sure that you do a good job and get all of the gasoline off. Timeline: 5 mins.
Wax the entire area. Timeline: 10 mins.
Step back and enjoy!!!!