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Old 04-16-2012, 12:03 AM
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I used fishing line, 3M adhesive remover, and WD-40. Getting the adhesive residue off was a pain in the @$$!!! It also left a little "ghosting" effect afterwards. I'm hoping that a buff, wax, and clay bar will take care of that. All I have taken off so far are the hemi badges...I wanted to "test" on a small area first. Hope to finish the job within the next week.
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Originally Posted by tclark View Post
I know this is an old thread, but I have info to put out. Remove the badges by using fishing line to saw them off, no heat gun, screw driver etc. Then carefully with a fingernail roll up a corner of the adhesive tape, enough to grab with your fingers. Then gently pull away at about a 45 degree angle. For example if I removed the hemi badge on the driver side I would then roll up the bottom corner toward the rear of the truck and then pull away and toward the rear at a 45 degree angle. The foam tape comes right off leaving a slight haze of residue.
It took me about 30 min to debadge the truck using this method. I used 3M adhesive remover to remove the remainig residue and then washed and waxed the truck
I just did this today, prob 45 mins total to get both sides and the 4X4 off the back
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Don't use gasoline, that equals fire. And don't use WD-40, once that oil is on there it's hard to get it off. Use 3M adhesive remover and fishing line (10lbs). ravel the fishing line into a saw and you're set
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