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Removing Front Toyota Badge From Grill?

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i struggled with this for a while but when i figured it out im amazed more badges arent stolen, i used the long thin blade on a penknife inserted it between Badge and bodywork at about the 4 o clock position if that makes sense, apply a little pressure and it pops out

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Really? I'd thought it would of been clips behind it or something. Was thinking of doing it like you said but didn't want to break it if it was clipped.

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they used to be stuck on with 3M tape

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they used to be stuck on with 3M tape

Quality lol!

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The Badge has 4 hooks: 2 - upper side (at 11 and 1 o'clock) , and another 2 at lower side (at 4 and 8 o'clock). I think if you insert a blade, at 6 o'clock, between Badge and bumper, and move it slowly downwards with your hand, Badge will pop out.

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The badge has 4 hooks: 2 - upper side (at 11 and 1 o'clock) , and another 2 at lower side (at 4 and 8 o'clock). I think if you insert a blade, at 6 o'clock, between badge and bumper, and move it slowly downwards with your hand, badge will pop out.

Ok cheers tavy

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You're welcome !

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ive seen a couple of pics on here with a coloured strip running across the front grill on both side of the front Badge?? any ideas on how to do it? wanna do yellow to match the yellow calipers

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I personally fitted some 6mm adhesive chrome strip, 2 years ago and still looking good.

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I'm after either wrapping the Badge in carbon or spraying it black. Not sure how easy it will be. How does the back toyota Badge come off? Will I be able to re use it or need a new one?

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im planing to do just that, will let you know how it turns out

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im planing to do just that, will let you know how it turns out

If u could that would be great. Think ill be doing mine 2moz as I have the day off.

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Got to wait a bit as I'm getting mine in 2-3 weeks as its the new 13 model, but dw will do ;)

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Well it was to hard for amature wrapping skills lol. It's currently sitting with two coats of filler primer. Going to put 5 coats on then spray it gloss black I think. Well I got gloss but dunno weather to change it for Matt black. Hmmm. Anyone know about the rear Badge. Might do it at the same time.

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Removing rear Badge is simpler than the front one; put some masking tape around Badge in order to avoid scratching the paint, and remove Badge with a piece of fishing line/cord carefully. The Badge is stuck against the hatch with double adhesive tape. After removing, clean Badge properly, atach a new one and cut the tape in excess carefully with a cutter.

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Had a feeling it would be like that lol. Ill have to find some double sided tape to stick it back on lol

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