Heat gun/Hair dryer then 3M stuff for removing the glue works pretty good or if you know someone that cooks Meth some straight Xylene!!! Does not hurt the paint either. Oh and alot of elbow grease. Eastwood also has an easer type thing that you chuc into a drill motor. Do not knw how it works.
ok that's cool for taking them off but what if you want to replace them to make the truck look better? does anyone know of a source for factory style replacement graphics? i would like to have some for the g/f's 85 runner.
Use a heat gun and then kerosene to get the glue off. Let the kerosene soak in for 10 min or so to loosen up the glue and it will wipe off with a rag. Thats how I did it to my old 88 , of coarse that was in 89
Wait for a warm day. It's easier than the heat gun, and a heat gun can bubble the paint if you're not careful. If it's warm out they come off really easy. I used a popsicle stick to peel with, and WD 40 to get the glue off. Then wash the hell out of it two times and wax it when you're done.
I've used about 10 of those eraser wheels. Removing every factory sticker from my rigs. They kick ass. Just make sure you don't go past the little limit line. Because there's a medal ring that holds the rubber on and will fawk up your paint. Then you'll wish you would have left the stickers.
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