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Old 04-18-2013, 10:29 AM
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Hello, any tips for removing those badges? Do they just pull off? I noticed there are pins in both the front and rear badges? Just wondering if anyone might be able to shed some light on the process? I plan on removing mine this weekend, but wanted to hear some experiences?
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I've searched through the forums and gotten plenty of tips on the rears, but the front people keep mentioning clips? For those that did this, did you just heat up the emblem, peel it off, then unclip as you pried? Or did the clips break?
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front is just clipped on, remove upper shroud and unclip it from behind. The rear I heated it up slightly with a heatgun and use fishing line. Worked great.
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Thanks. I'll try it and do some pics this weekend.
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So for anyone doing this, for the front badge it's 4 clips and a mini piece of adhesive in the center of the badge. So work the clips off, pull and it should come right off. For the rear, just heat it with a heat gun and pull. you can use fishing line, but there are alignment pins in a couple spots that will stop the string.
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