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rear badges on the a3

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by richy, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. richy
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    got a new a3 and want to know if i take the badges off will their be any holes behind the badges or are they simply just glued on.?
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    richy said:
    got a new a3 and want to know if i take the badges off will their be any holes behind the badges or are they simply just glued on.?

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    They are just glued on...

    Rich
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    Just glued on, hairdryer & tar remover will leave you with perfect paint work.
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    And wax!
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    sweet i can race again..


    no1 will race me with the badges on the back... might actually get a race if i take them off
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    Might as well go for the full Meguairs three step programme or the New Tech Wax, followed by daily top ups of quick detailer.
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    i remember the old days of the focus.. warm water and a C/card! bit of elbow greese and it was off.. lol
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