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+1 on the goof off. You can also try Acetone, quickly.
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leave it to Bates Goof Off LOL


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leave it to Bates Goof Off LOL
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use a hair dryer to warm up the glue and peel it off - done deal - watch out its hot. then wipe it down with a soft clean cloth with a little alcohol or acetone. i use rubbing alcohol. then rinse the area off with soapy water.



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I agree with the hair dryer and alcohol (or lighter fluid) ideas. BTW your F150 badges should also just be glued on (no holes). I would use a plastic putty spreader (or something similar) to quickly remove the F150 logos after heating.


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there are holes in the fenders and tailgate to help locate the badges on the 04 and up body style trucks (not sure about 09 and up)

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Yeah, so there T!






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if i remember correctly....there aren't any holes in the style prior to 04 for the badges....which is why T was thinking there weren't any holes on our years

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Yeah, so there Vin!

My old Rodeo (vintage 1991) had no holes behind the badges, so I figured advances in technology negated the need to put holes in the sheet metal just to locate an emblem. You can still remove the badges and call the holes behind them "speed holes"!


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I'll put those plastic fender vents on there to hide them!






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