Basically, all I do is I take a head gun, slightly warm up the badges, and then peel them off. If you warm them too much, they will not come off. NExt thing to do is take some advesive remover, like 3M's advesive remover, and rub off the remainder badge advesive. After that, just take some wax and buff to a shine. Sometimes it works great, other times its a pain in the butt. You have to be careful with the heating process as you might heat the area to much and cook the paint and/or the badge.
I don't have an SRT-10 but I do have a 3rd gen ram. I just used Fishing line to saw beneath the RAM 1500, DODGE, HEMI, and SLT badge then used what fingernails I had at the time to get the rubber backing off. After that I used goo gone to wipe away the remaining adhesive.. have yet to wax it since, so when there's dew on the truck you can see where the badges were . very easy took about 5 hours.. just a long time staking process.
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