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How to remove Flex Fuel Emblem?

 
Old 04-21-2015, 08:45 PM
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I want to remove the Flex Fuel badge on my tailgate and I also have a dealer badge on there that I would like to remove. Im just curious how I do it?
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Heat and fishing line. Then goo home afterwards if there is excess glue.
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heat gun or blow dryer to heat the glue up and peel off. then like others said goo gone if glue is still there. I would wax the area after too.
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I want to remove the Flex Fuel badge on my tailgate and I also have a dealer badge on there that I would like to remove. Im just curious how I do it?
Hate dealer logos never taken a car off the lot without making them get rid of it. For some reason they wouldn't take flex fuel off so when I get around to detailing, I too will be using a blow dryer to heat it up and take it off
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Removed all of my emblems, dealer logo's and stickers. For emblems, grab with string on end. Pull away slightly. Move string and repeat. I use 3M adhesive remover to get rid of sticky.

DO NO SAW BACK AND FORTH ON THE STRING BEHIND THE EMBLEM. Lesson learned several cars ago.
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Blow dryer and floss. Goo gone for residue.
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Default Flex Fuel badge

Hey, does anyone have a flex fuel badge you've removed and want to donate? I have a Ford Focus ST and want a flex fuel badge since I'm running an e85 tune. The closest I am to owning an f150 is my dad's 2000 that's held up strong.

Anyway, hopefully you guys can help me out. Thanks.
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WD40 will remove the residue and if less abrasive than goo gone.
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The flex fuel badge is cheap. It's the only thing on my truck that has faded.

I think I'll try the heat up method...might weight until the summer for it to be naturally hot.
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A heat gun and goo gone. Also use fishing line and to get the residue off you can buy a rubber buffing wheel.
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