What's the part number for black Bronco tailgate emblem?

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Was it easy to remove the existing badge? Only double sided tape and you can pull off w nothing inside the tailgate you need to get behind. Thanks
there is only double sided tape on new emblem so I assume it's just heat up the old badge a little and use the fishing line or dental floss behind it to remove. I don't have my Bronco yet but it seems straightforward.
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there is only double sided tape on new emblem so I assume it's just heat up the old badge a little and use the fishing line or dental floss behind it to remove. I don't have my Bronco yet but it seems straightforward.
Thank you! I appreciate! I’m guessing if it’s that way the Ford emblem is probably the same. Thanks!!
 
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Thank you! I appreciate! I’m guessing if it’s that way the Ford emblem is probably the same. Thanks!!
The Ford emblem has 2 pins or something. There is a thread here somewhere that somebody removed and painted theirs.
 

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I just attempted ordering this emblem last night from Ford parts online, and the order immediately went though, only to be cancelled this morning due to a "national backorder" from the manufacturer. Bummer.
 

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I ordered mine from my dealer ($31.94+tax), had it the next week when I went to pick up my Bronco! Replaced it easy, used a little heat and floss to remove the old one, came off easy. New one went right on. I just taped all around the old one before removing it so I could line up the new one.

Interesting that the new Black one is not as heavy or 'solid' as the Silver one that came off. Still looks WAY better with the Black one and I am glad I swapped them!
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I ordered mine from my dealer ($31.94+tax), had it the next week when I went to pick up my Bronco! Replaced it easy, used a little heat and floss to remove the old one, came off easy. New one went right on. I just taped all around the old one before removing it so I could line up the new one.

Interesting that the new Black one is not as heavy or 'solid' as the Silver one that came off. Still looks WAY better with the Black one and I am glad I swapped them!
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I was wondering how I was going to line up the new one. I love the tape thing, brilliant and simple. Did the old one leave any residue and did you use hair dryer or heat gun?
 

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I was wondering how I was going to line up the new one. I love the tape thing, brilliant and simple. Did the old one leave any residue and did you use hair dryer or heat gun?
I used the heat gun a little, and some floss, but I think fishing line would work better. Badge came right off, but most of the tape was left on the Bronco. I just pulled that off by hand, easy enough. Then cleaned the area with some detailing spray and stuck on the new one.
It went better than I expected, and the tape worked out slick for lining it up.
 
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I used the heat gun a little, and some floss, but I think fishing line would work better. Badge came right off, but most of the tape was left on the Bronco. I just pulled that off by hand, easy enough. Then cleaned the area with some detailing spray and stuck on the new one.
It went better than I expected, and the tape worked out slick for lining it up.
Thanks, I've heard how easy the fender badges are to remove but I think you're the first that's posted about the bronco. I'll keep your posts in mind the month of Foreveruary when my Bronco arrives.
 

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I was hoping this badge had guide pins since I'll be removing mine for full PPF.

Does anyone know of a template out there for positioning?
 
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I was hoping this badge had guide pins since I'll be removing mine for full PPF.

Does anyone know of a template out there for positioning?
I'm interested as well but you might have to make one yourself or take alot of pictures and eyeball it
 

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I'm interested as well but you might have to make one yourself or take alot of pictures and eyeball it
I'm thinking I may just skip the tailgate. Just looking to protect it from trail stripes
 

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And for folks like me interested in the chrome one, the part number is M2DZ-9942528-A
 
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