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 Use a de-greaser like WD-40,give it a good spray,leave it for 45 minutes then go at it,and the glue should have softened and be more easier to scrape off.I use this method everytime i take graphics off frames/parts i'm prepping for paint.Nice truck by the way spoiled goods,my brother has a Toyota Hi-lux crew cab pick up,lovely machines.His is a lot smaller than these American models that you own.
All the best to you and yours for the new year m8.
Gary. tup
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 Goo Gone and a thin razor blade works too - then use an alcohol and water solution in a spray bottle to get it squeaky clean if you plan on applying something new. It's what we do for full car wraps and decals.
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 "My bike takes me places school never could"
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 YOTA!
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 MAN, the glue is so hard to get off... I hit it with a hot water pressure washer and it didnt even come off....
Any hints? or just black paint over it Smile
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 try a hair dryer... if that doesnt do it, industrial hot blowers...
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 Gas? paint thinner? I used industrial strength goo-be-gone and it took off everything from my tailgate.
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 lol sorry i have no experience removing those badges but i have used the goo gone stuff twosix is talking about and it works great on sticky stuff . YOTA!!
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 i call YOTA to my dog,

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