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F350 badge question

So I tried searching this question but couldn't find my answer.

I had to buy a fender for my '99 superduty. I found a used one in good shape the same color but it's off an f250 gasser. I already got the v8 triton badge off the front but I want to swap my f350 badge where the f250 badge is. I see it's held on by 2 tabs but Im afraid I'm gonna break them if I try to pry the badge off. What's the safest way to take them off without damaging them or the fender? I have the fender inside so it's not out in the cold and brittle.

Thanks hope you guys can help

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And patience, blow dryer / heat gun on low temp setting will help as well...

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So I tried searching this question but couldn't find my answer.

I had to buy a fender for my '99 superduty. I found a used one in good shape the same color but it's off an f250 gasser. I already got the v8 triton badge off the front but I want to swap my f350 badge where the f250 badge is. I see it's held on by 2 tabs but Im afraid I'm gonna break them if I try to pry the badge off. What's the safest way to take them off without damaging them or the fender? I have the fender inside so it's not out in the cold and brittle.

Thanks hope you guys can help
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Yea I used a blow dryer to get the v8 badge off. Just got some fishing line and adhesive remover today! Thanks for the help guys I will try it out

'99 F350 xlt eclb srw auto 7.3 4x4: S&B, 4" Flowmaster, A-pillar gauges, TS 6position w/ PHP, HPx, Wicked Wheel, 33" Destination M/Ts*2011 MATPA Street Diesel champion!
'95 F250 xlt rc srw auto 7.3 4x4:260cc inj, K&N, A-pillar gauges, fass, T-500, BD modded turbo, Boost fooler, TS 6position, modded IDM, traction bars, 35" Fierce Attitudes, 8" mitre cut, D60
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