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Old 05-08-2005, 03:32 AM   #21
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my gawd... perfection!!!
now you just need to change that front grill emblem like i did
I agree... she'* smooth....
What did you do to your front haro?
took off the gold one, and put on a silver one
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Old 05-12-2005, 02:36 PM   #22
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guys guys...use the clay bar...it'* magic! no finger rubbing to get the glue or vinyl off...in fact, i used mine to remove the factory pinstriping...
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Looks good. Only car nuts will notice the badges are gone anyways. But chrome would be sweet
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Just so you know, the delear sticker (badge) comes off verry easly with a pressher washer (I work at a dealership so I have learned a few tricks) also sorry I can not spell for put in own word
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Just so you know, the delear sticker (badge) comes off verry easly with a pressher washer (I work at a dealership so I have learned a few tricks) also sorry I can not spell for put in own word
Hah.. I tried everything on that badge this side of sandpaper. Nothing worked.
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what did u use to take off the glue that was left behind the sticker?
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