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      09-21-2005, 04:15 PM   #63
genesmasher
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Originally Posted by Hornet
You can have any BMW debadged from the factory, even the M6 if you like.

I don't know if the debadging is an option in the US also.
1. Take a piece of a regular floss for teeth (mint variety works too )

2. Slide it in between the edge of the number/letter and car surface and "floss" gently in the direction of the glue until the number/letter separates.

3. Remove residual glue with GOO-GONE-wetted towel.

Some people like to pre-warm the letters with a blow-dryer before de-badging. This procedure will not damage the paint at all.

Last edited by genesmasher; 09-21-2005 at 07:50 PM.