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v3n0m Nov 25, 10:41pm - #62999 

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I was bored today...

so i took off the GT emblem grin
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celicaTRDgts Nov 25, 10:49pm - #63000 

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sweet was it hard...what you do? hair dryer and fish line or something

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element_celica Nov 25, 11:26pm - #63001 

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should've taken off the "TOYOTA" too... thumbsup

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communion Nov 25, 11:46pm - #63002 
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Hey what wing is that?

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Ben008 Nov 25, 11:59pm - #63003 
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Originally Posted by communion
Hey what wing is that?

Co(V)(V)union


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v3n0m Nov 26, 12:51am - #63004 

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Naw, I like the Toyota emblem smile

I used a hair dryer, a wet rag and my fingers (real men use their fingers grin) Taking the emblem off only takes a couple of mins, cleaning up the left over glue is what takes forever.
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Elkal900 Nov 26, 1:11am - #63005 

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hep debadging was one of the first things I did...emblems come off easy but getting the foam/glue off leaves you with a sore thumb
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groundzero Nov 26, 2:01am - #63006 
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so it is just held on by glue?

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DisGqBoi Nov 26, 2:10am - #63007 
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yup all it is, is glue. try goo-gone to clean up the glue residue. works like a charm thumbsup

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groundzero Nov 26, 2:14am - #63008 
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awesome thumbsup

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Stephen Nov 26, 2:26am - #63009 
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I found that just warming up the glue and moving it around with my fingers, it just came right off the car, easy as pie Mmmmm apple pie! tasty
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Street Prototype Nov 26, 2:34am - #63010 

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yeah the glue residue is a bitch...btw what are you gonna put on the GT spot? the "vvt-i" emblem?
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righteous_one Nov 26, 3:13am - #63012 
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Originally Posted by Shinobi
yeah the glue residue is a bitch...btw what are you gonna put on the GT spot? the "vvt-i" emblem?


where do you get that emblem?
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Evan Nov 26, 3:38am - #63013 

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Originally Posted by Elkal900
hep debadging was one of the first things I did...emblems come off easy but getting the foam/glue off leaves you with a sore thumb


Really? I had no problem.. just heat it up with the hairdryer and use your thumb to rub it right off.

After that, good ol' soap and water did the trick.

BTW, looks good v3n0m thumbsup

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Elkal900 Nov 26, 4:03am - #63014 

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Originally Posted by EvanJ
Originally Posted by Elkal900
hep debadging was one of the first things I did...emblems come off easy but getting the foam/glue off leaves you with a sore thumb


Really? I had no problem.. just heat it up with the hairdryer and use your thumb to rub it right off.

After that, good ol' soap and water did the trick.

BTW, looks good v3n0m thumbsup


well I didnt heat mine just some soap and rubbing, might have made the difference
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v3n0m Nov 26, 5:01am - #63015 

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Thx EvanJ thumbsup

I'm gonna put the blitz emblem when I get the blitz superchager tasty
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Evan Nov 26, 7:18am - #63016 

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Originally Posted by v3n0m
Thx EvanJ thumbsup

I'm gonna put the blitz emblem when I get the blitz superchager tasty


mmmm..supercharger tasty

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tempest Nov 26, 9:50am - #63017 

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i'm hoping to debadge mine when it gets out of the shop
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MiDNiGhT_bLuE Nov 26, 2:22pm - #63018 
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Originally Posted by righteous_one
Originally Posted by Shinobi
yeah the glue residue is a bitch...btw what are you gonna put on the GT spot? the "vvt-i" emblem?


where do you get that emblem?

try ebay grin
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VSGTS14 Nov 26, 11:43pm - #63019 

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cool.

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loveannie Nov 26, 11:51pm - #63020 
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shox Nov 26, 11:53pm - #63021 

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The left-over goo should go away after time...mine did after 1.5 weeks of driving. The atmosphere will take it out itself, I didn't wanna damage the paint
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djstevelee Nov 27, 9:02pm - #63022 

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tyte man but i would like to no how you did cus im thinking about taking mine out aswell!! thanX agian looks tyte rice thumbsup [color=#666666][/color]

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djstevelee Nov 27, 9:04pm - #63023 

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WOW. thats what i gots to say.. is that you on that little clip of your icon.. your beutiful.. well i hope that you have a wonderful day and hope everyone see what i see lol laterZ. oh yeah do you have a celica aswell ???

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MxReb0 Nov 28, 6:02am - #63024 

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Originally Posted by djstevelee
WOW. thats what i gots to say.. is that you on that little clip of your icon.. your beutiful.. well i hope that you have a wonderful day and hope everyone see what i see lol laterZ. oh yeah do you have a celica aswell ???

idunno, man looks like she's eating something outta her nose to me. I don't know why people use those crazy avitars or where they get them, but they're fun to sit and watch.

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