ADDITION TO POST FROM OB: Many people have asked how to remove an OB Emblem. It's not easy! Maybe you want it on a different place, or you want to remove it to place it on another vehicle? Here is a great process from Corey! You can get new adhesive disks in our store here: New Emblem Adhesive ===================================================== Update, got my second badge put on today. What a chore getting the old one off. I had tried 30 weight fishing line last week, but it kept snapping on me. This morning I got out my old Conair hair drier and set it to full power and heated up the old badge good and hot. I tired the fishing line again, and it cut through like a hot butter knife, but what a mess when I pulled the old badge off. When I installed it many years ago, it did not come with an adhesive backing like the nice ones we got from Michael here. Michael, your emblems rock! I had to install several strips to the back of the old badge which was two way sticky. A few pics from today, and an old one showing my old badge when it was new. The paint and plastic inserts had started to flake off, it was not very well made. It looked good when it was brand new Compare it now just an hour or so ago when I took it off Items used to take old emblem and adhesive strips off of the rear door New OB emblem installed in about the center of where the larger old one was I still have some residue left that is about 1/4" outside of the diameter of the new one, and I scrubbed and scrubbed some more with the Goo Gone Pro Power with plastic razor blades, a pot & pan nylon scrubber, but a little bit remains still I may try getting some good rubbing compound and see if that will take it off. You cannot see it in the picture I do not think. The new emblem looks pretty good in that position I think.