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View Poll Results: Would do/would you do if your car fell prey?
Get new parts from an authorized source,everytime. 214 36.90%
Hit the grey market/chor bazaar, everytime. 65 11.21%
Use an authorized source the first time, got fed up the second time and gave in to an unoffical source. 173 29.83%
I dont care, just let the parts remain off. 128 22.07%
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Old 2nd October 2020, 00:14   #706
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Re: Car logo theft / monograms stolen in India

It happened many times with my P220, every time the Bajaj logo was removed, I used to buy new one and paste it.
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Old 8th November 2020, 14:05   #707
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Re: Car logo theft / monograms stolen in India

Over the last 10 years the emblems of my FIGO was never touched, however as they say there has to be a first time always! Last week the rear emblem was stolen and I was like really mad!

I bought one from amazon for 399 and now I am trying to figure out how to remove the one on the car so that I can fit the new one! its sort of difficult to pry it out without damaging the surrounding area! Any pointers how to remove it?
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Old 25th December 2021, 16:13   #708
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Re: Car logo theft / monograms stolen in India

I did not attempt to replace the stolen part when someone removed part of the car model name from the back of my car. They left it at that and did not do any further mischief. This was in a designated and covered parking space.
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