Adhesive Lettering & Badge Removal Tool for Range Rover L322Part number: ARW405
Lettering & Badge Removal Tool
Why pay a bodyshop up to £50 to fit your lettering when you can do it problem free with this tool.
Replacing the worn or damaged lettering on your Range Rover is a job you will need to do sooner or later.
This tool is basically a rubber wheel that fits into an electric drill and will remove the sticky residue from the previous lettering adhesive.
Note: This tool should be used below 1000rpm with no force. It can generate heat and damage the paint when used too fast or held for too long in one specific area.
Caution - this tools works well on metal panels with factory paint finish - painted plastic and resprayed panels can cause the paint to be removed. Check a small area before before using on the main panel.
This tool is not any old rubber it is a specially formulated rubber for car body work.
This tool will last long enough to remove the lettering from 100 Range Rovers and still be going strong !
NEW - this wheel now comes with an adapter that screws onto the threaded section to convert it to make it easier to use in a standard chuck.
Quick guide to changing your lettering / badge
step 1 - Mark position of current lettering / badge so you know where the new one goes
step 2 - Use a hot air gun ( or hair dryer ) to heat the lettering to make it soft.
step 3 - Lift the corner of the letters and peel off the plastic letters ( this leaves the foam adhesive stuck to the car )
step 4 - Use this wheel in an electric drill to remove the remaining tape.
step 5 - Fit new lettering using spacing templates if provided ( Powerful UK provide templates for our Range Rover lettering )
See below for instruction video.
Note - Maximum RPM this wheel should be used at is 4000 RPM ( this is well above the speed of most normal electric drills )
See our other items for a full lettering kit for the L322 that includes front lettering / rear lettering / alcohol wipes / templates and this tool.
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