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Since the new Mustangs have the "blacked out" option, I found the part numbers and put them on my car. couldn't be happier. They have the little tabs and all so they lined up and fit perfectly.:cheers:
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Sorry I forgot to rotate the images before I posted them and I don't know how to edit the pictures from the first post:frusty:
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Looks great! I have the same badges in my garage. What did you use to clean off the tape that the old badge left behind? I have used goo-gone in the past. Just wondering if there is something that is faster lol.
 

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Since the new Mustangs have the "blacked out" option, I found the part numbers and put them on my car. couldn't be happier. They have the little tabs and all so they lined up and fit perfectly.:cheers:
That's great! Could you please share the part number?
 

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Looks great! I have the same badges in my garage. What did you use to clean off the tape that the old badge left behind? I have used goo-gone in the past. Just wondering if there is something that is faster lol.
I used Goo-Gone initially, but found a little bit of WD40 on a towel helped to remove it much faster.
 

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There is one of them. I think all you do is change the A to a B to get the other side.

I don't know if it's the right way or not but I used finger nail polish remover and it worked great! I tried using WD-40 but didn't have the best of luck with it.

I used heat from a hair dryer and fishing line to get behind the emblem. Then I used a plastic squeegee to get in behind it and gently pry it up. As you can see there was a lot of material left behind. All I did for that was use heat and that squeegee to get the big clumps of it off. Then I went back over the fine layer of glue with a shop towel and finger nail polish remover and the rest is history.

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I bought a set on Amazon for $9.99 in matte black. They look and fit great. Holding up fine for now!
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