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#1 (permalink) Old 10-25-2004, 01:27 AM
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i tried to remove the EMBLEM i got it off with out scratching my paint but there is still like a little rubber or something ........can anyone tell how to get it off
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i tried to remove the EMBLEM i got it off with out scratching my paint but there is still like a little rubber or something ........can anyone tell how to get it off
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WHY in the world are you de badging ?

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Originally posted by ///M3 FX+Oct 25 2004, 02:30 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(///M3 FX @ Oct 25 2004, 02:30 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-ayyado@Oct 24 2004, 11:27 PM
i tried to remove the EMBLEM i got it off with out scratching my paint but there is still like a little rubber or something ........can anyone tell how to get it off
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Ummm, maybe to replace a worn or faded roundel!?!

Anyway, when you remove the badge you are left with two rubber grommets that need removing - remove the hood liner and you will see that they pull out - yo umight need to change them to replace a new roundel/badge - but it's fairly obvious once you remove the liner

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I hope you are taking off the 325is badge and not the bmw badge
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I hope you are taking off the 325is badge and not the bmw badge
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Once again, he may be replacing a worn out one, or changing colors, which is silly but hey, to each his own


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See Below For Removing The BMW Logo:


Replacing your BMW Roundel Emblem


For removing the model badge look in bmw-forum's faq section...

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no i am talking about the 325is sign it was kinda messed up so i took it off but the rubber is still there like a glue how to take that off .......i might get a new one or just might leave it clean
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any one ?

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I thought you were taking the roundel off the hood!

ok - the badge has left some residue? Normally a little heat from a hairdryer will warm up any glue - try to remove as much by hand as possible - be careful you dont lift any paintwork - then anything that is sticky that wont come off can be got off with the relevant spirit/cleaner - be careful when you select the product because obviously anything with turpentine in will lift the paint - try it first on a hidden patch of paint

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3M adhesive remover...and then re-wax your trunk cause that sh**t will pull all the wax off...

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3M adhesive remover...and then re-wax your trunk cause that sh**t will pull all the wax off...
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Try goo gone...its really affective....put small amount on a cloth then rub it back and fort till its all gone.....It will not damage your paint of any thing...I did on my
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