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    how to take this out?

    Guys,
    My subbie came with a badge of ownership, how would you take it out?
    Those the ones that says "My first subaru and then with the icons..etc..etc.."
    Or google subaru badge of ownership if you don't know what Im talking about.

    Thanks

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    You should be able to easily just remove them by following a normal de-badging process.

    Just look up how to de-badge a car and you'll find instructions on how to do it and be good to go.
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    Double post - mods please delete
    --Anthony 2011 DGM WRX stg2+sf intake WTFtuned ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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    They're held on with double sided tape, heat and goo gone
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    Heat and dental floss or a dull putty knife(Or dull kitchen dinner knife).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freep View Post
    Heat and dental floss or a dull putty knife(Or dull kitchen dinner knife).


    Don't use metal...Subaru paint is thin to begin with! Use something non-abrasive. Heat it up, Dental Floss/fishing line, and goo-gone and you're good to go.
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    Like everybody said,heat,floss,and goo gone(from your local hardware store).Don't go too crazy with the heat,use a hair dryer.
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