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Can someone tell me the best way to change out the center emblem on the rear "gas cap"? I would prefer to preserve the original "GT" emblem if possible, and of course not scratch up the trim ring/paint. I found some posts about removing the trim ring, but nothing about the center.

 

Thanks in advance

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Can someone tell me the best way to change out the center emblem on the rear "gas cap"? I would prefer to preserve the original "GT" emblem if possible, and of course not scratch up the trim ring/paint. I found some posts about removing the trim ring, but nothing about the center.

 

Thanks in advance

 

Dan, go to TheMustangSource.com search GT Disk Emblem Removal 05-09 model. Very detailed removal instructions. PM me if you have any questions. I removed mine.

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Dan, go to TheMustangSource.com search GT Disk Emblem Removal 05-09 model. Very detailed removal instructions. PM me if you have any questions. I removed mine.

 

 

 

Thanks Zachman,

 

Great reference, but now I have another problem. A whole new forum to take up more time and find more ways to spend money on my Mustang!happy%20feet.gif

 

 

 

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Yes, I have one coming. Are you saying it simply goes over the GT emblem without having to remove the original?

 

 

 

YES, nothing to remove, just peel and stick

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Clean the old emblem really well with rubbing alcohol. Make sure the new emblem is straight and level cause once it sticks, it's on for good. Good Luck !

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MDan

 

Have you seen these?

http://www.shelbystore.com/product-p/p7s3z-9a031.htm

 

I installed the CS emblem last week and it fits perfectly over the GT emblem...

 

Laurence

 

 

 

I too went with the CS logo, hope to have the one with the "super charged" script on the bottom of the CS logo one day :shift:

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Cobra Scotty, that is the one cap I so want :drool:

 

The wheels too....

 

Look I got some :dance:

 

Naaaa, photoshop :hysterical:

Forgedsgt.jpg

 

 

+1

 

The Alcoa's are beautiful!!!!

 

are they lighter in weight compared to the factory wheels or the Razors?

 

Laurence

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Okay guys,

 

I need some feedback. Apparently SPP is concerned that I am trying to turn my SGT-H into some sort of SGT tribute. The crazy thing is they are the ones that recommended the darn cap thing.

 

Check this and tell me what you think. I could really use someone explaining the reason I cannot have a Shelby GT cap.......

 

http://www.teamshelby.com/forums/index.php?/topic/58141-trunk-lock-cap/

 

Now I'm just irritated....I don't really care about the cap.

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Can someone tell me the best way to change out the center emblem on the rear "gas cap"? I would prefer to preserve the original "GT" emblem if possible, and of course not scratch up the trim ring/paint. I found some posts about removing the trim ring, but nothing about the center.

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

I used a saw all on my faux gas cap

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Got mine from SPP and will put it on in the Spring - baby is sleeping now. If you can't catch a good sale with SPP try Ebay - same part cheaper - because of the high S&H costs. Kind of makes it available to anyone - not really a part that is monitored.

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On peel and stick be very careful to line up properly and install from one side to the other with a way to smooth/push out the air bubbles. I misted with windex then applied one over the GT emblem with great results and no air bubbles on another Mustang I owned before my SGT/BJ. Misting allows for corrections of mistakes or air bubbles in the middle. Hair dryer not to close to help with drying quickly. GG

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