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Old 04-26-2005
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wow this thread just wont die will it Wowak
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Old 04-26-2005
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Old 06-02-2005
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does anyone know how much it will cost for a body shop to fill in the holes and paint them for the 2 fender badges and the tailgate badge?
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Old 06-03-2005
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Nice! Gotta love them red trucks!

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Old 02-23-2006
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had my truck into my friends body garage the other day to put my new badges on. We had both badges off and then the new ones on in less then five minutes( even fixed my bumper).

first we took a putty knife and taped it up with some masking tape ( thus no scratching from the edges of the blade)

we then slow pulled the old badges off (we made sure we didnt brake them incease i want to use them for something)

as for the glue he had a "pin stripe eraser" that cleaned all the glue off and never damaged the paint

cleaned with some tip of cleaner he has to clean before painting then slaped the new badges on.


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i'm glad you asked that because i hoped to do that to mine
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