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Strong bit of fishing/strimmer cord heat the hell out of it with a hairdryer and slide under and the jobs a good un.

It's not difficult at all just don't be hasty because the laquer can come off.
 

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jamman said:
Strong bit of fishing/strimmer cord heat the hell out of it with a hairdryer and slide under and the jobs a good un.

It's not difficult at all just don't be hasty because the laquer can come off.
Ok will get pics when it's done :wink:
 

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jamman said:
Strong bit of fishing/strimmer cord heat the hell out of it with a hairdryer and slide under and the jobs a good un.

It's not difficult at all just don't be hasty because the laquer can come off.
Worked for me
 

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YELLOW_TT said:
jamman said:
Strong bit of fishing/strimmer cord heat the hell out of it with a hairdryer and slide under and the jobs a good un.

It's not difficult at all just don't be hasty because the laquer can come off.
Worked for me
Didn't work for me :cry: took a bit of paint off. Took my time aswell never mind back on the badge goes ! :wink:
 

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Pour boiling hot water over them straight from the kettle, mine practically fell off after enough and does no damage at all to paint etc.
 

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Nikos3008 said:
Pour boiling hot water over them straight from the kettle, mine practically fell off after enough and does no damage at all to paint etc.
I would not recommend boiling water very hot yes but not boiling
 

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YELLOW_TT said:
Nikos3008 said:
Pour boiling hot water over them straight from the kettle, mine practically fell off after enough and does no damage at all to paint etc.
I would not recommend boiling water very hot yes but not boiling
Indeed +1, never boiling.
 

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staners1 said:
Didn't work for me :cry: took a bit of paint off. Took my time aswell never mind back on the badge goes ! :wink:
Hi Marc, Back to Swansea for a respray. :lol: :lol: :wink: :wink: If it aint broke don't fix it. :p
Hoggy. :D
 

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I just did mine few days ago with a very thin screwdriver wrapped in a microfiber cloth. Slid it under and lifted the badge straight off. Bit jetwash and polish removed the residue and that. Looks fine :)
 

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Hoggy said:
staners1 said:
Didn't work for me :cry: took a bit of paint off. Took my time aswell never mind back on the badge goes ! :wink:
Hi Marc, Back to Swansea for a respray. :lol: :lol: :wink: :wink: If it aint broke don't fix it. :p
Hoggy. :D
its not that bad hoggy :wink: just 2 small spots of paint which i will cover with a new chrome tt badge :p
 
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