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Got Ducked yesterday lol...anyone else get Ducked?

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Anybodyhome

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That makes me wonder how much the decals are that is on both sides of my JK. I've tried to search to find them and wasn't able to.
I stripped every decal off my JKU a few months back. The only name left on her is the grill tag. Anyone happen to know if it's only on there with adhesive or are there pegs?

Decals are kinda like my bumper dilemma- something will have to really catch my eye before I buy it.
 
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I stripped every decal off my JKU a few months back. The only name left on her is the grill tag. Anyone happen to know if it's only on there with adhesive or are there pegs?

Decals are kinda like my bumper dilemma- something will have to really catch my eye before I buy it.
Think it's adhesive, I'm assuming your talking about the word Jeep on the grill correct?
 
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If so, get a fishing line and use a back and forth motion like a saw. You should be able to rub off the remaining glue with your clean fingers.
Rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover works very well. Might even have some Goo Gone around somewhere.
Might even paint it black and put it back on.
 
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Looks super sturdy. I guess with that on there is no removing the hard top without taking the rack off.

You have the ability to undo 4 bolts and then the whole rack folds back to the rear for top removal if one desires. I never take my top off anyway. I have to much gear in there and peoples fingers are too sticky.
 
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Good morning everyone, I've been lurking for a week since I got my jeep... this is my new-to-me 2014 sahara with about 90k miles. So far, I have changed the thermostat, replaced the rear brake pads, removed the rear headrests, tucked my gate opener into the roll bar cover and spray painted the muffler black. I love this vehicle so much and have been really impressed with the community here. Nice to meet you all!
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Good morning everyone, I've been lurking for a week since I got my jeep... this is my new-to-me 2014 sahara with about 90k miles. So far, I have changed the thermostat, replaced the rear brake pads, removed the rear headrests, tucked my gate opener into the roll bar cover and spray painted the muffler black. I love this vehicle so much and have been really impressed with the community here. Nice to meet you all! View attachment 120105
Welcome to the forum. Nice looking rig.
 
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Good morning everyone, I've been lurking for a week since I got my jeep... this is my new-to-me 2014 sahara with about 90k miles. So far, I have changed the thermostat, replaced the rear brake pads, removed the rear headrests, tucked my gate opener into the roll bar cover and spray painted the muffler black. I love this vehicle so much and have been really impressed with the community here. Nice to meet you all! View attachment 120105
Nice rig, welcome to the forum.