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What's the best method of debadging my new R/T. I was thinking a heat gun to loosen up the glue.

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Thanks dodgert: I was a little worried about using a heat gun. I have plenty of fishing line and googone. :D I'm a bass fishing fool...

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Ya some will tell you to use an eraser wheel but like you 2012 and me 2011 the glue that holds them on is still new lol just beforwarned youll get a thumb blister
I hear you. It came out real nice. Thanks again for the tip.

I need to get hooked-up with a good picture hosting site. My IP used to have personal web space that I used to host pictures on but they eliminated it and raised the prices. Typical!!

Pictures to come later.
 

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I hear you. It came out real nice. Thanks again for the tip.

I need to get hooked-up with a good picture hosting site. My IP used to have personal web space that I used to host pictures on but they eliminated it and raised the prices. Typical!!

Pictures to come later.
Use photobucket thats what i use and i have over 2000 pics on it
 

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The best method i have found is an eraser wheel and fishing line to pull the emblems the wheel is like $35 at oreillys and took me about 15 minutes to do both side and it wont hurt the paint
 

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The best method i have found is an eraser wheel and fishing line to pull the emblems the wheel is like $35 at oreillys and took me about 15 minutes to do both side and it wont hurt the paint
This is what I did. Not a scratch on my black truck using the eraser wheel.
 

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i have a 2011 and did it by hand with no prob. no blisters either...lol. pics to follow.
 
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