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Old 06-27-2009, 03:21 AM
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are powerstroke emblems stick on?

quick question, im going to switch to 6.0 emblems, are they just stick on? peel the 7.3 ones off and stick the 6.0 ones on? are they the same size? and what if i get some from a salvage yard, what kind of adhesive could i use to keep them stuck on?
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quick question, im going to switch to 6.0 emblems, are they just stick on? peel the 7.3 ones off and stick the 6.0 ones on? are they the same size? and what if i get some from a salvage yard, what kind of adhesive could i use to keep them stuck on?
Your old powerstroke emblems are just stick on. There aren't any alingment holes in the door. As for adhering the new ones, I would think some 3M tape would do the trick. Just make sure you get all the old tape off the door
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There is alignment holes on the fenders though. They peel off. If you happen to have access to a heat gun, they will come off like warm buttah. A hair dryer may even help some.
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also if you go for the 3M make shure to get the rubberised dtuff it works better same kind for body panel kits on inport cars
its a black tape w/ red protective plastic
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use fishing line! that works much better than a heat gun, heat gun you run the risk of cooking your paint, and the heat gun never worked that great for me anyway
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yeah fishing line is the best for something that is stuck on
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Ronsonol lighter fluid. Melts the tape, leaves the paint, takes only seconds, and does dual duty as a cleaner. On my 03 the badges cover two holes, one of which is an alignment hole for the spike on the back of the badge. (Blizzards badges are fully chrome, with no black background.)
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