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    Default rear tailgate griffin badge

    Just wondering since im on a mission at the moment de-badging the vectra.

    is the griffin badge on the centre of the tailgate held on with sticky double sided trim tape or is it held on with the rivets,

    want to see what its like removed but frightened in case it leaves two holes in the bootlid lol

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    just stuck on gordon

    i removed mine by pouring boiling water over badge to loosen/melt glue, then prised it off with old necta card

    alot of glue will be left on boot, but it will all pick away

    you may be left with a griffin ghost, bt just a little t-cut or similar will remove this

    dont forget piccys when your done!!

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    Yeah man. i used dental floss. worked a treat. then rubbed off the foam with my finger. t-cut then away...

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    the best tried & tested way is: use a hair dryer to soften the glue peel the lot off & polish up

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    What if its super glued on!?

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    Should only be held on with glue, I used hot air gun, then cleaned residue with Autoglym Tar and Bug remover. Tail end shot of mine in "garage" on profile after debadging, if you want to look.
    Last edited by Grumpy1954; 6th October 2010 at 00:09. Reason: more info

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    cool, cheers for the info guys, time to get the heatgun and the panel wipe out lol, wasnt too sure if it was gonna leave 2 holes for the badge to stick on to

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