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Just took the emblems off the side and back of my Rebel.

How to:
1.Use fishing line to cut off the plastic emblems.
2.The left-over Rubber adhesive peels off easily with your finger nails on the sides and the back 4x4 emblem.
3. The Rubber adhesive on the Rebel Emblem is more difficult to remove....I used "Goof Off" professional grade to remove it....it takes some time. wipes it on and use a credit card to scrape..repeat...repeat...repeat until it is gone.

I like the cleaner look.
 

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for the adhesive removal once the badge is off, I would highly recommend the 3M eraser wheel. When you use your fingernail or a credit card to get it off, you are likely scratching the paint ever so slightly. Having an auto detailing and paint correction business, it pains me so much to see these scratches and swirls. Just trying to help everyone not scratch their beloved Rebels.

But it does look amazing! I took everything off of the tailgate (before I knew there were alignment tabs on the RAM letters) and that 3M eraser wheel was my best fried.
 

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Just took the emblems off the side and back of my Rebel.

How to:
1.Use fishing line to cut off the plastic emblems.
2.The left-over Rubber adhesive peels off easily with your finger nails on the sides and the back 4x4 emblem.
3. The Rubber adhesive on the Rebel Emblem is more difficult to remove....I used "Goof Off" professional grade to remove it....it takes some time. wipes it on and use a credit card to scrape..repeat...repeat...repeat until it is gone.

I like the cleaner look.
You've convinced me to de-badge the side of my Ram. Thanks for posting the pics!
 
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