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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-13-2018, 10:23 PM Thread Starter
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Removing badges

I have an 11 Longhorn I bought used and was wondering if anyone has removed those cheezy chrome fake louvers on the hood. All the other badges have been removed except the one on the center of the tailgate. If you removed them how did you remove them? Thanks for your help.

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A Plastic trim tool can be used to carefully pry it off but then you’ll have adhesive left on the panel to deal with.
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Try heating it up with a heat gun and the use fishing line to get under it and slowly in a sawing motion go under the louver. There might be some sticky crap left over, use googone to wipe it up.
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I was a bit stubborn and found that I could just pry off the lettering without the help of a hairdryer. Afterwards I had a huge mess of that stupid gunk on my trunk. What works best to get stuff like that off is some adhesive remover from your hardware store. If you soak up a rag with some of the cleaner and rub repeatedly it will fall off very easily without damaging your paint.
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