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#1 (permalink) Old 01-10-2004, 07:18 PM
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Ive searched several forums and sites,

ALL I wanna take off is the " 325CI" AND NO! Im NOT going to replace it with M3 M5 or whatever hahaha

So what Ive come up with is that a hairdryer and some dental floss will do wonders to remove the " 325 CI " Emblems

Then some GOO GONE or ORANGE GLOW will remove the leftover Glue??

Just wanted to make sure, I dont wanna mess anything up or RUIN the paint!!

These products are SAFE for the paint RIGHT???

Just have to RE-WAX the spot after???

And MOST IMPORTANTLY on a 2004 BMW 325CI
BEHIND the " 325CI " EMBLEM, There arent any holes or gromets RIGHT?
LOL HATE to find out after its too late! ghead

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use wax dental floss and pull it out, wiggle behind the badge and slowly pull it off. i thought there was an FAQ on it but i dont think i see it. try that , it is the most common way of doing a de-badge

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go here: http://www.e46fanatics.com/howto/how...php?howto_id=1

this will show you the steps to debadging your car. there are photos as well.

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Hmmm, will try it and see how it goes!!!

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