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This is a discussion on Front overlay badge within the Exterior & Appearance forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; you do not have to take the badge off the car itself, just stick the overlay over the badge on ...

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    Registered User 11blackwrx's Avatar
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    you do not have to take the badge off the car itself, just stick the overlay over the badge on the car
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    No I mean the Subaru emblem to dip it in the plastidip? I think it will look better that way too

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    Front overlay badge

    Did you spray the entire emblem or tape it off and just spray the chrome? I was planning to spray the entire thing and then stick the vinyl over the plasti dip spray.
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    I'm about to order mine. I am also getting a matching one for the emblem on the steering wheel. Which Lowes did you get the plasti dip from?


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    I taped off the emblem and sprayed it
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    So you never took the badge off the car? You just taped off the emblem and sprayed the badge?

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    Quick question, I like that tow hook. Is it "Plug and Play" or do you need to do some slight modifications to the car/towhook to get it to bolt up and sit how yours does? Also, if both my exhaust cut outs are being used (Namesless Performance muffler deletes) can I still install that or will the exhausts be in the way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike193 View Post
    Quick question, I like that tow hook. Is it "Plug and Play" or do you need to do some slight modifications to the car/towhook to get it to bolt up and sit how yours does? Also, if both my exhaust cut outs are being used (Namesless Performance muffler deletes) can I still install that or will the exhausts be in the way?
    With both sides filled you probably can't run this kind of tow hook. It's not plug and play, I created a steel bracket and welded it to the frame then connected the hook with the bolts
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