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Feb 5, 10:09am - #97792 
GTS front badge install

Okay so i've gone out and spent the damn 32 bucks on it but can't figure out how to attach it. any ideas?[/color]

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Feb 5, 10:41am - #97793 
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Feb 5, 2:13pm - #97794 
yup haha


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Feb 5, 2:28pm - #97795 
ha ha very funny rofl
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Feb 5, 2:29pm - #97796 
a very strong double sided tape...

with whatever emblem I may put on mine, that's what will do the trick! thumbsup


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Feb 5, 3:25pm - #97797 
Crazy glue...just don't glue ur fingers together in the process...lol..

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Feb 5, 3:54pm - #97798 
use a double sided foam adhesive tape, I reccommend 3M trim tape (the grey stuff).

Put a piece on the back of the emblem (if there is no adhesive on the back already) press it onto the grill, then go on the backside of the grille, cut a small strip of trim tape and apply it to the BACK SIDE of the grill, behind the emblem, and press it into the holes so it contacts the adhesive on the back of the emblem through the mesh. this will keep it on there through all sorts of conditions.


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Feb 5, 7:14pm - #97799 
there has to be a better way than just tape and glue thats like so ghetto

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Feb 5, 7:19pm - #97800 
you spent 32 bucks on debadging? (not insulting just curious)

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Feb 5, 7:25pm - #97801 
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
you spent 32 bucks on debadging? (not insulting just curious)
Not on debadging, on the badge itself. Debadging is taking an emblem/badge off of your car.


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Feb 5, 7:42pm - #97802 
I would use some metal epoxy and glue some light bolt to the back of that gts emblem and buy a matching nut to go along with the bolt.

then put some washers from behind the mesh grill and tighten it with the nut.

I use two small bolts to keep it from twirling.

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Feb 5, 7:59pm - #97803 
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
you spent 32 bucks on debadging? (not insulting just curious)
Not on debadging, on the badge itself. Debadging is taking an emblem/badge off of your car.

right he said he spent 32 bucks but now he doesnt know how to get it on. So im assuming he spent the 32 bucks to get it off. Unless he bought the GTS badge for 32 bucks and is keeping the back badge on? Clear this up for me

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Feb 5, 8:23pm - #97804 
Originally Posted by Rave669
use a double sided foam adhesive tape, I reccommend 3M trim tape (the grey stuff).



thumbsup That's what I'd use.


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Feb 5, 8:36pm - #97805 
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by Mad_Game
you spent 32 bucks on debadging? (not insulting just curious)
Not on debadging, on the badge itself. Debadging is taking an emblem/badge off of your car.

right he said he spent 32 bucks but now he doesnt know how to get it on. So im assuming he spent the 32 bucks to get it off. Unless he bought the GTS badge for 32 bucks and is keeping the back badge on? Clear this up for me


He kept his GTS emblem on the back, and bought a new one to put on the front rolleyes... good move ryOLse that's what I wanna do soon! thumbsup

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Feb 6, 8:36am - #97806 
Where can you get the GTS emblem????


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Feb 6, 9:09am - #97807 
get it at dealership


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Feb 7, 1:40pm - #97808 
How hard is it to remove the toyota symbol ? Do you have to remove the whole grill and put a new one in ?

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Feb 7, 2:30pm - #97809 
I went to the dealership because Ive been searching all over the place for a cheaper one. The dealership had to order it because they don't keep them around, so I should get it on Tuesday (02/10/04). Im keeping the one on back and removing the front Toyota emblem (it's just attached with some nuts) and Im almost positive that the new one has some 3M adhesive on the back of it but Im not so sure that it'll hold very well because there is not a lot of surface area to stick to. I was thinking to put some epoxy on both sides of it and hope that when I wash it it's not going to fly off. Thanks for all the info and comments guys keep them coming and Ill post which one Ill use. thumbsup[/color]


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