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I also did it this way, can't believe how incredibly easy it was. It all came off exactly how it did for him, only exception I used goof off for the small amount of residue. All badges removed in 20 minutes.
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I'm still up in the air about whether to debadge or not. This thread is much appreciated though, great info
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I'm still up in the air about whether to debadge or not. This thread is much appreciated though, great info
Same here, my 11 has the single pipe so i am thinking of taking the hemi off or i can leave it and claim the hemi badge makes it go fast prob delete, maybe delete the 1500 and leave the ram or move it down because it takes up half the door lol

Has a slt badge on the tailgate so either
1. Srt in the slt location
2. Lone star either in slt location or under the ram head.

Still not sure on how to delete them so many ways so fishing line and some glue off stuff or 3m eraser wheel
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I'm honestly surprised no one has just used the pressure washer trick.. I worked at a dealership for a long time as the detail guy and removed hundreds of badges from vehicles.. I always came in towards the badge at like a 45 degree angle with a pressure washer from literally like 1 inch away from the badges and it literally peels them off like nothing. Whether it be decals, badges or anything else stuck on the paint. And before you all say something like "yea but you are going to risk peeling the paint off etc etc", not on one single vehicle did the paint peel or flake off even a little bit.
Trust me, try it and you will be amazed how easy it is. sure you get a little wet but in summer who cares.
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Thanks for sharing this, good to know. I just de-badged my truck last night, wish I would have known this info, i would have given it a shot and reported back. I used the fishing line, but didn't have the technique down for removing the remaining 3m tape.

The next thing I plan to remove are the decals from the tailgate. Anybody have any suggestions on this? I am thinking I can probably use the same technique, heating and removing, but any tips or tricks to make it go a smooth as possible would be much appreciated. These are the flat decals that Say Dodge & 4 x 4 Off- Road Package and are huge. I am going for the smooth blacked out look on my truck.
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