This Ford Original F150 XLT Fender Emblem came factory on all SVT Lightning Trucks from 1993-1995 & fits both the RH & LH side. Restore the exterior appearance of your Lightning with this new Fender Emblem. This emblem is made of a high quality molded plastic and features a bright chrome finish with correct coloring & XLT base. This is an OE Ford replacement emblem.
Simply peel off the back lining and apply to your fenders, or any flat surface. This emblem looks great and is the perfect finishing touch for your next Lightning restoration project! Emblem is sold as each.
Quick Emblem Removal
Many people heat the orignal Lightning emblem badge with a hair dryer to loosen the double sided tape. Fishing line or dental floss held in each hand can be pulled behind the emblem to finish seperating it from the Lightning Fender. Once started, the emblem badge can be removed by placing a thin flat object between emblem and body being careful not to scratch paint. Apply light steady pressure to break the seal of the double sided tape and gently pry and pull until the emblem is free of the body.
Ford Motor Company Genuine Parts, Motorcraft® Parts and Ford and Motorcraft Remanufactured Parts are all excellent choices when it comes to performance, longevity and value for your Mustang or SVT Lightning. And they’re all backed by a Ford Motor Company limited parts warranty*, so you know their parts you use are going to perform like they should. Put the same parts on your Lighting & Mustang that came from the factory!
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