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I want to put the vette flags or emblem where the TRAILBLAZER is on the rear hatch. Do the emblems come without the aligning pins or do i just snip them off? Also what is the best non destructive way to get the TRAILBLAZER off and that area cleaned and prepped for the new emblem? Does anyone have an emblem or do i need to hit up ebay?
 

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I want to put the vette flags or emblem where the TRAILBLAZER is on the rear hatch. Do the emblems come without the aligning pins or do i just snip them off? Also what is the best non destructive way to get the TRAILBLAZER off and that area cleaned and prepped for the new emblem? Does anyone have an emblem or do i need to hit up ebay?
I have one for sale with overlays if your interested.. As far as the pins yes you need to snip them off. The trail blazer emblem are very easy. You just need to use blow dryer and dental floss or fish line then goo gone to clean left over adhesive..
 

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Shave the TB logo and forget the vette badge. Like forcefed said they belong on a vette.
 

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i see what you mean...but the TRAILBLAZER has to come off. thanks for the input
 

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You could put an Audi 6.0L emblem there or an LS2 6.0 emblem. Just a thought!
 

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Joe And I Like Our Corvette Badges On Our TBSS's.

 

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hair dryer and floss worked for me to remove, then snip the pins off the emblem and you're all set. I like mine too and it pays a little tribute to my old vette.
 

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Use a shovel or pic-axe and swing gently. Heat gun/hair dryer and floss or fishing line is the best way, I waited until we had a 100* day and used a small flat screwdrive to get under the edge and popped them off using my finger as a pivot point. I don't recommend that since A. You run the risk of scratching your ride and B. I usually can't feel my fingers.
 
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