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I removed me decals tonight and am going to atempt to respray them tomorrow and then try re attaching them. Any one done this before?
 

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WOW I must say I would replace them, before doing that. I put the later style on mine and I really like the look. See the sig at the bottom..

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With the exchange rate what it is Im going to give it a go, worst come to the worst I just buy a new set
 
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I've done it on my old truck and am about to do it on this one, as long as you do it right it will turn out looking perfect.
 

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I have removed the decals and resprayed them they look good I need to find the right adhesive to apply them.
 
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I have removed the decals and resprayed them they look good I need to find the right adhesive to apply them.
3m emblem adhesive. Spread a thin layer over the back of each letter with your finger so it doesnt run out when you place the letter on.
 

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JeremyD said:
I have removed the decals and resprayed them they look good I need to find the right adhesive to apply them.
3m emblem adhesive. Spread a thin layer over the back of each letter with your finger so it doesnt run out when you place the letter on.
According to this, there are some caveats when using 3M Emblem Adhesive.

http://www.golfmkv.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46104

I'm also about to replace my tailgate letters, so I'm on a fence on this subject.

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I finished the installation last night there is no chance of me getting that 3m stuff in namibia so i used some silicone instead i think it turned out pretty well
 

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