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I saw in the bed of my truck today the SR5 badge from the passenger side. I don't know if it fell off and someone put it in the bed, or if someone pulled it off or what. What should I use to stick it back on?

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I saw in the bed of my truck today the SR5 badge from the passenger side. I don't know if it fell off and someone put it in the bed, or if someone pulled it off or what. What should I use to stick it back on?

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Grant
I wouldn't put it back on at all. I'd go ahead and debadge the rest of the truck.

But if you insist on putting it back on, most auto parts stores sell Trim Tape. It is a double-sided foam tape designed for this purpose (better than that white 3M stuff you buy at Home Depot.)
 

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I wouldn't put it back on at all. I'd go ahead and debadge the rest of the truck.

But if you insist on putting it back on, most auto parts stores sell Trim Tape. It is a double-sided foam tape designed for this purpose (better than that white 3M stuff you buy at Home Depot.)
Thanks. I may have considered debadging, but I am thinking it is too late for that, and it would be noticible where the badges are removed.
 

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deeeeee-baaaaaaadge. :tu: :tu:
 

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Thanks. I may have considered debadging, but I am thinking it is too late for that, and it would be noticible where the badges are removed.
Not necessarily. I debadged mine at 65000 miles (5 year old truck), and with a little bit of patience and plenty of Elbow Grease, I was able to buff out any shadows of the old badges and stickers. You'd never notice that it ever had badges.

(Except for rmy wife, who wants to know why I took off all the "Toyota Thingies". She says "How's anyone going to know it's a Toyota if you took off all the Toyota Thingies?" Some things you just can't explain to a woman. :rolleyes: )
 

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Not necessarily. I debadged mine at 65000 miles (5 year old truck), and with a little bit of patience and plenty of Elbow Grease, I was able to buff out any shadows of the old badges and stickers. You'd never notice that it ever had badges.

(Except for rmy wife, who wants to know why I took off all the "Toyota Thingies". She says "How's anyone going to know it's a Toyota if you took off all the Toyota Thingies?" Some things you just can't explain to a woman. :rolleyes: )
I got the same question from mine "now you drive a no name truck"she says.
 

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I got the same question from mine "now you drive a no name truck"she says.
"Badges? Wee don't neeed no steenking badges!" :cool:
 
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