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That is the question.


Whats everybody think? Im swaying towards de-badge.....
 

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Wrong section, oooops!
 

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I did mine at the the dealers, looks cleaner with no badges
 

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jamiednm said:
What's the point in de-badging?
Whats the point in having a badge? Its just personal choice.
 

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Hi all! I've asked for mine to be debadged. I also think it looks cleaner at the rear.
 

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Yep, I am a de-badger too! Nothing to hide, just personally think the back looks better without them....
 

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Pick up wife's A180 SE on Saturday, I've just emailed the Newcastle dealership to see if they can de badge..like we say personal preference and all that!
 

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Jonnyr said:
Dealer did ours, looks great de badged and apparently hot water poured over the lettering does the trick..!
Odd - if hot water makes the badges fall off, how are you supposed to wash it?!

Personally I prefer to leave badges on. I've de-badged a car for a friend before. Use a bit of thread to 'cut' through the glue behind the badge, then some tar remover to get rid of the sticky remains.
 

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i ordered mine without the badges.

it's a much cleaner backside without the numbers and letters ...
 

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I'm in 2 minds over this.


At first, I didn't even realise you could de-badge without doing it yourself, then I wondered why someone would do it.


But now I've seen pics without the badges, especiallyaguycalleddb's</span>de-badged AMG, I think it looks really nice.


I would only do it for aesthetic reasons - I couldn't care less about the engine size - I'm driving a super cool Mercedes, as if I'd worry about what people think of the cc of my motor! I noticed the lines from the rear lights continue on to the bodywork, so having both sides of the car clean looks a bit nice!


As my car is due at the dealers in just over 2 weeks, I guess I am far too late to get them to address this at the factory, so can the dealer usually sort it out for you when it arrives their end?


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I'm a badger... (in more ways than one
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in fact I've got extra badges...
 

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Hello from Belgium.
I would like to debadge my new A class. Is it easy to do yourself?
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Yes; arm yourself with a hair dryer ( NOT Your BOSCH Hot Air gun!!), Warm it up the letters GENTLY

Now take a bit of fishing line and CAREFULLY "saw" with it throught the glue/foam on the back of the badges, remove any remains of glue/foam with suitable solvent and maybe if needed give it a finishing polish with car wax
 
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