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Thread: Debadging??

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    I am trying to figure out how to take the "silverado" and "chevy" logos off. To make a clean good look. If anyone knows how please let me know. Oh yeah I have a 2005 extended cab Z71.
    2005 Z71 Silverado ext. cab
    Specs:
    15% tint, Window Visors
    285/70/17 Falken High Country
    True Dual Straights
    2.5 leveling kit in front
    Tonneau Cover
    Dee Zee Euro Brush Guard
    White Bowtie
    De-Molded
    8000K HIDS

    Coming Very Soon...
    Pioneer Navi. System

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    hi i use 10ib fishing line cuts them right off.

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    yup i used the fishing string too and what ever is left just heat up a little and use some sort of plastic scraper and just keep it flat so u don't scratch the paint.... took all the emblems and the tacky trim off the side like this and it looks great.

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    I use 3M General Adhesive remover, I get it at O'Rileys.
    Greystone Matalic, LS

    Audio Mods: Kicker S8L7, Kenwood Amp, Pionner rear speakers

    Electronics: Viper 5701 Security/Remote Start

    Interior: 10% tent,

    Exterior: Bug Shield, OEM bed rails protectors, toolbox, tonneau cover, debadged.

    Engine Mods: Airaid Intake

    Suspension Mods: Superlift 2.5 in. lift struts, Procomp 2" add-a-leaf in the rear.

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    I normally use a heat gun to get them hot (heats up the glue ) and then you can simply peel them off and use some 3M decal glue remover to clean off the glue residue.


    On older trucks you pretty much have to use a 3M Pinstripe Eraser Wheel to get the glue residue off.

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    The heat gun worked for me on the emblem and the tailgate protector when I removed it to accommodate the tonneau cover.
    Morgan
    2010 Silverado Ext. Cab LTZ 2 WD 6 ft bed
    5.3L 6 speed w\ 3.08 rear end
    Navigation Package
    Westin lighted boards
    Undercover SE tonneau cover
    It's a start!

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    I like this mod!! The only problem is my truck is black. I'm wondering if you'll be able to tell once I take them off (Like sun fading). I also need to tear off the pinstripe but am worried about the same thing.
    2003 SVT Mustang Cobra
    2007 6.0L Silverado

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    So taking off all the trim on the two doors. I will jsut have to use like a blow dryer and get it hot, then just start to peel it right off??

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    Heat em up and pull them off. Then use a 3m stripe off wheel to remove the rest of the adhesive. Thats what i did and it was simple.

    2003 Silverado LT

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