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Old 03-10-2013, 08:16 AM
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Who makes aftermarket ford ovals? Want some black ones or custom logos. Either plastic or billet. Thanks
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Old 03-10-2013, 09:28 AM
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There are a few options. Search eBay, there's a bunch on there. Also, if you like to save money, you may spray the ones you got with plastidip and then use an exacto-knife or razor blade to cut out the letters. A couple ppl have done that on here. Takes some time, but looks good and it's "custom". Lol


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Old 03-10-2013, 04:26 PM
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There are some on eBay but they are really expensive. I'm going to try to vinyl wrap my grille and emblems.


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Billetbadges.com. They do excellent work. A little pricey but quality product
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Billetbadges.com. They do excellent work. A little pricey but quality product
+1 for Billetbadges.com. They did custom polished front and rear ovals with Ford script for my truck and they turned out amazing.
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Do the old ones come off easy? The grill one looks simple but the rear one has the camera rite under it. Do i just pry it off?? the grill i wil remove before that one is changes. I know they are held on with 3m tape but does anything else ned to be done to existing hole?
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Do the old ones come off easy? The grill one looks simple but the rear one has the camera rite under it. Do i just pry it off?? the grill i wil remove before that one is changes. I know they are held on with 3m tape but does anything else ned to be done to existing hole?
Are you replacing your door emblems? If so let me know of a price on your stock ones as long as they are in good shape.
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No just front and rear ovals
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Old 03-13-2013, 09:57 AM
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OK. No prob.....
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Do the old ones come off easy? The grill one looks simple but the rear one has the camera rite under it. Do i just pry it off?? the grill i wil remove before that one is changes. I know they are held on with 3m tape but does anything else ned to be done to existing hole?
You need a heat gun or a hair dryer to get the rear emblem off. Just heat it up evenly and use some fishing line like a piece of dental floss behind the emblem to sorta saw the glue. You'll have to do it from both sides because there are two pins that go into the bed so you can't just "saw" across. Getting the glue residue off before applying the new emblem is a PITA though...get Goo Gone for sure. Just clean the residue, wipe clean, then apply the new emblem.

MARK THE LOCATION OF YOUR GRILL WHERE IT BOLTS BEFORE UNDOING THEM AT THE RADIATOR SHROUD, this is essential to lining it back up flush for the reinstallation. The grill one is easy, just remove the 4 top screws at the radiator shroud, un-pop the shroud from the grill at the one connection on the driver side top portion, then start on the passenger side bottom and use a long screw driver to push down and pop the 5 or so clamps at the base of the grill that hold it onto the body. There are 4 tabs on the backside of the emblem and one threaded bolt. I just cut the threaded bolt off since it's not a part of the aftermarket badges.
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