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Old 12-20-2012, 01:29 PM
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You dont need $$ for this.....chop, chop. time to strip her down
haha I probably will once I see how the truck looks with the bilsteins. I tried to get the nerf bars off the other night and just about broke my wrist working on it.

What's the procedure for takin em off anyway? hair dryer?
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go do the debadge right now! you will be so happy that you did. and its free. You can you a hair dryer or just get some fishing line, make sure its not to thin or it will snap, and run it in between the badge and the truck, then once the badges are off take a plastic razor blade (if you have one) and get some of the adhesive off, then get adhesive remover like goo-off or goo-gone to get the remaining adhesive off, then finally, use some wax or Meguirs scratch-x to remove the scratches in the gloss coat of your paint and then your done
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What's the procedure for takin em off anyway? hair dryer?
This is what I used and it worked amazing.
Sent it to others and it worked just the same for them as it did for me

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go do the debadge right now! you will be so happy that you did. and its free. You can you a hair dryer or just get some fishing line, make sure its not to thin or it will snap, and run it in between the badge and the truck, then once the badges are off take a plastic razor blade (if you have one) and get some of the adhesive off, then get adhesive remover like goo-off or goo-gone to get the remaining adhesive off, then finally, use some wax or Meguirs scratch-x to remove the scratches in the gloss coat of your paint and then your done
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This is what I used and it worked amazing.
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I'll give it a try when I get home in a couple of hours. Fast, do you happen to know the part number for the fog lights on your truck?
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Old 12-20-2012, 05:20 PM
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I'll give it a try when I get home in a couple of hours. Fast, do you happen to know the part number for the fog lights on your truck?
Unfortunately I do not.....sorry man
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quick update, spent a little time working on my truck tonight fixing some issues with the way the front bumper mounted. So while I was out there freezin my @$$ off in the dark I decided to give debadging a shot. Only did the 4x4 sign tonight, but I like the way it looks so on saturday after I get done deer hunting, I'm gonna finish the tailgate and do the doors, then finally give her a much needed wash.



What weight fishing line did y'all use when you did yours? I used 12lb and it kept snapping on me.

Another tidbit: may be waiting an extra week to do my bilsteins because I might be getting my springs sooner than I had planned. I'll keep y'all updated
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I used 7lbs and it snapped till I worked with it.
But I would recommend something stronger for sure.
But it looks good
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Got the badges off the sides and y'all were right, it looks a hundred times better without the "RAM 1500" takin up half the damn door. Sat there for half an hour working with the goo gone to try to get the rest of the adhesive off, but I can still just barely see an outline so tomorrow I'm gonna go get one of those 3m eraser wheels everybody seems to love and give that a whirl... no pun intended
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:22 PM
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Got the badges off the sides and y'all were right, it looks a hundred times better without the "RAM 1500" takin up half the damn door. Sat there for half an hour working with the goo gone to try to get the rest of the adhesive off, but I can still just barely see an outline so tomorrow I'm gonna go get one of those 3m eraser wheels everybody seems to love and give that a whirl... no pun intended
Goof Off from Home Depot is much better than goo gone. I find that goo gone crap
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I'll definitely try that first then, no sense droppin $50 on one of them wheels if I'm only gonna use it once. Thanks for the tip!
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