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    Wash wax and a debadge

    Well I finally washed and waxed my wrx. And did a debadge of the rear. I left awd and wrx on there. Might change that later but it's staying for now. Here's some pics of the debadge and then some of the wax job......
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    Definitely need to take off the AWD and WRX. Looks awkward now
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    Yanthe more I look at it the more I think I'm going to remove the awd. Ill keep the wrx badge I think but the awd one looks awkward because its smaller and not even with the wrx badge

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    i actually just went out there and pulled off the awd badge. i was on the fence about it anyways so off it goes lol

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    Those are Sweet plates! I'll post a pic of my Idaho fire plates, I like Nevada's a lot more.

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    Haha thanks. Def post em up I'd love to see what they have for you guys. Ours in Nevada really stand out as you can see

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    What did you use to get the glue off your trunk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminal Kuz View Post
    What did you use to get the glue off your trunk?
    I just put some heat from my wife's hair dryer on the badge and slowly started working them off one by one. 90% of the glue came off with the badge. The rest I just literally pulled off with my finger. It was super easy, i didn't even need any goo gone. Not sure if that's because the car is only two weeks old or not. Your results may vary lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcgrewcasey View Post
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    I like the pic on those plates. The lineman is getting some action haha

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    Nothing like a good roll over right?!?

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    i prefer removing all the badges, but still turned out good
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    Ya I decided to forgo the awd badge as wellClick image for larger version. 

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    What's the deal with debadging the car? Just curious... Is it for a cleaner look?

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    Re: Wash wax and a debadge

    I would imagine

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