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JaYmez
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Mar 21, 2:34am - #130436 
okay got a question about emblems

well i wanna take my TOYOTA and GT emblems off, but i wanna know are they screwed and stuff, i wanna go for a clean look on the emblem part, if anyone knows how to remove em please let me know thanks !

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Mar 21, 2:35am - #130437 
no screws. you just peal it off


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Mar 21, 2:39am - #130438 
weeeeeeeee thanks hopefully paint marks arent different or anything

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Mar 21, 2:48am - #130439 
make sure you use a blow dryer, so you can heat up the glue!!

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Mar 21, 2:54am - #130440 


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Mar 21, 2:58am - #130441 
thanks homie!

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Mar 21, 12:49pm - #130442 
i had to rub off the glue pretty good to look normal


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Mar 21, 12:50pm - #130443 
you can also use a heat gun.

some people have said they took theirs right off with flass (no hair dryer or heat gun)

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Mar 21, 2:29pm - #130444 
DO NOT USE A SPONGE TO RUB OFF THE GLUE!!! i couldnt tell because the surface was wet so i thought i was rubbing everything off, when it dried there was all these scratches! I was like omg, but good thing the scratches werent deep took it to a car wash (Cruisers) and they buffed it out for free, but i gave the dude $5 anyway, so happy smile

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Mar 21, 2:30pm - #130445 
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
DO NOT USE A SPONGE TO RUB OFF THE GLUE!!! i couldnt tell because the surface was wet so i thought i was rubbing everything off, when it dried there was all these scratches! I was like omg, but good thing the scratches werent deep took it to a car wash (Cruisers) and they buffed it out for free, but i gave the dude $5 anyway, so happy smile


good point. use a soft teri cloth or a 100% cotton cloth.

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Mar 21, 4:01pm - #130446 
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
DO NOT USE A SPONGE TO RUB OFF THE GLUE!!! i couldnt tell because the surface was wet so i thought i was rubbing everything off, when it dried there was all these scratches! I was like omg, but good thing the scratches werent deep took it to a car wash (Cruisers) and they buffed it out for free, but i gave the dude $5 anyway, so happy smile


good point. use a soft teri cloth or a 100% cotton cloth.


i have done that too, you never notice th escratches untill later anyways shitll buff out


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Mar 22, 5:54am - #130447 
in a month everything will blend in, so don't freak out if you can still see the outline of the emblems happywink

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Mar 22, 5:54am - #130448 
Originally Posted by v3n0m
in a month everything will blend in, so don't freak out if you can still see the outline of the emblems happywink


yeah, he has an '00 so it's likely he has just a little bit of fading by now (unless it's garage kept)

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