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    The front wreath and badge are faded and worn on my v. Looking at the backside the best I could without too much disassembly, I could not tell how that thing is attached? Any suggestions? Can it be done from the front side or both back and front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR-V4ME View Post
    The front wreath and badge are faded and worn on my v. Looking at the backside the best I could without too much disassembly, I could not tell how that thing is attached? Any suggestions? Can it be done from the front side or both back and front?
    Itís just stuck on with double sided tape. Carefully pry it off. New one comes with tape already on back.

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    Did mine last year. As I recall they both came off with a heat gun. Just glued. Getting all the glue off was fun but not a big deal. Still there!


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    Quote Originally Posted by XLR-V4ME View Post
    The front wreath and badge are faded and worn on my v. Looking at the backside the best I could without too much disassembly, I could not tell how that thing is attached? Any suggestions? Can it be done from the front side or both back and front?
    Goo B Gone is good stuff for sticky glue removal, itís pretty safe with paint too, but watch your use with with Goof Off, I screw up a wooden desk top finish with Goof Off trying to remove vinyl letter glue!


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