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That looks great. I may do that to mine soon. I removed the dealer sticker right after I got it home. :cheers:
 

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Yep, much better.
 

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Take a piece of dental floss and run it behind the letters. It will cut through the tape that holds the letters on and not break the letters. Getting the left over glue off is more difficult. I've heard some other guys talk about some type of goop remover- but I'm not exactly sure what that is. I used hot water, Tuff Stuff cleaner, Meguiars Bug and Tar Remover and Megs Paint Cleaner. Just make sure you use a soft cloth, like microfiber. Anyone out there know what the goop remover is called and where to get it. Removing the letters takes about 3 minutes. Getting the goop off took me 30.
 

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...there is a product called Goof Off. Works great at removing stuff like that around the house. I would be careful using it on an automotive paint surface though. Maybe dilute it. Anyone tried it?
 

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I just peeled the emblems off and used a spray on bug and tar remover on the adhesive. Then polished and reapplied the wax to the rear, since the bug and tar remover strips it all off.
 

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WD-40 works also to remove the glue.......Heck I took my letters off by hand just twisted a little and they came right off...it was hot out so I'm sure that helped.
I also have used GOOF-OFF on auto paint before...won't hurt it, my son had some paint splattered on his T-Bird from the road and the GOOF-OFF took it right off.
 
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