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The first question that I have is how do you remove the trunk badging? On the left side of the trunk I have two badges. The first is the Corolla badge placed by the factory. I would like to remove that. The second is a Gullo Toyota badge, and I would like to remove that as well. Is there a way to do this without scratching the car, or damaging the paint?


The second question I have is.. what do you guys think of replacing the Corolla badge on the left side of the trunk with the following...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Car-Chrome-Badge-Emblem-Sticker-MARK-X-Reiz-3D-Logo-_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem19bc0046f6QQitemZ110528317174QQptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

My opinion, is that since my corolla is a 10th gen, this badge seems appropriate. What do you guys think?
 

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You'd likely get away with it, but anyone who knows Toyotas will know that your car is in fact not a Mark X, lol. It's nothing like a Mark X ;).

Jeff
 

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You'd likely get away with it, but anyone who knows Toyotas will know that your car is in fact not a Mark X, lol. It's nothing like a Mark X ;).

Jeff

True, but the same goes for Supras. I used to have a 1990 Toyota Supra, and it was commonly referred to as a Mark 3 supra. Im not 100% sure I am going to do it, but even if I do, I have to get rid of the other badges first.
 

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First answer: try a search, there are SEVERAL threads that say how to debadge. In short: heat gun/blowdryer and floss/string seems to be the most used method.

Second answer: would be different, but I wouldn't do it personally. I like the super clean debadged look. I've toyed with putting the LE back on just to confuse people as I have modded it basicly into an S without the body kit at this point.
 

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get dental floss and a heat gun apply firmly

use goo-gone to remove excess glue..

wax portion and it'll be good

the S logo doesn't really bother me nor the Toyota emblem lol..

The search box on the top is very helpful..
 

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looks good tam:thumbsup: I sometimes wish I got a white S but i still LOVE my Classic Silver Metallic:thumbsup:

my parents actually parked my silver S next to a white S at the dealer when we were buying and I was soooooo torn between the two
 
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