Larry,Mofo said:Eric, I used a pair of vice grips to pull the letters off and then i soaked the remains in lighter fluid (lighter fluid does not hurt the paint) After the glue is taken off,a good wax job, these are the hardest emblems i've ever removed. Mofo
That's some good info too - Thanks!nothnbutrouble said:I de-badged my Hemi...I used plastic coated steel leader from the bait and tackle store... Pulled the leader behind the lettering and cut through the double sided tape. Then used 3M adhesive remover to get the glue off. No marks or scratches when done. Took about 3 minutes to get the letters off and about 1 hour to remove all the adhesive. Good luck. BTW some have used Goof Off to remove the remaining adhesive. All my lettering and badges are un-dammaged.
Yeah, my initial plan was to have a high 11 second truck, but you obviously know how things go. Now I have one that'll turn high 11's without breaking a sweat!Roktman said:I thought I would have a little 600 hp motor not a 875 hp monster...who would of thought?