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Removing elantra emblem

so when i bought my 00 elantra, i noticed the lettering was pretty girly and the gls part was missing the l. So i want to take the elantra and gs part off completely.
How would i go about this?

Does it involve heating them to melt the adhesive? Thanks for reading...
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also does anyone know where i can get better emblems. I've seen team sr's avante emblem but i think it was made for the xd, not the rd....
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Re: Removing elantra emblem

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so when i bought my 00 elantra, i noticed the lettering was pretty girly and the gls part was missing the l. So i want to take the elantra and gs part off completely.
How would i go about this?

Does it involve heating them to melt the adhesive? Thanks for reading...
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Re: Removing elantra emblem

I used nail polish remover and a plastic like credit card and my nail to remove my Accent and Hyundai eched bages and then orders some new chrome badges from the dealership.

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Re: Removing elantra emblem

cool thanks for the help guys. I went ahead and ordered the avante emblem.

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Re: Removing elantra emblem

any suggestions on what adhesive to use to attach emblem?

uhh.... i'm reading about some negative feedback on teamsr on rdtiburon.com..... i hope i didnt just make a huge mistake....
anyone know what the deal is?

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