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- Restyle your ride with the riotous look of Putco Emblem Kits
- Custom-designed for a direct replacement fit
- Built tough from 304 stainless steel
- Pick from a range of fresh finish options
- Each kit includes front and rear emblems unless otherwise noted
- Installs securely with stainless steel hardware and 3M adhesive—no drilling needed
- Putco Emblem Kits are covered by a Lifetime Warranty
With all those ponies stamping under your hood, it’s not hard to blow away the competition off the line. But if you want to take the top place in the style race, you need to ditch your tired, tarnished badging and step up your look with a Putco Emblem Kit.
Whether you’re speeding around in a coupe or crushing the asphalt in a pickup, nothing ups your style game like Putco Grille Badges. These bold upgrades are built from powerful 304 stainless steel to withstand the worst conditions. Plus, they’re available in a wide range of finishes to complement the trim and accessories you’ve added to your ride.
Forget about drilling and welding—Putco Emblem Kits mount securely with stainless steel hardware and automotive-grade 3M adhesive. Thanks to their custom-shaped design, they mount right in place of your stock emblems. Better still, Putco backs your Emblem Kit with a Lifetime Warranty.
Putco Emblem Kits Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Herman L (Santa Ana, CA) — Feb 15, 2017 9:45 AM
THERE OK, FRONT EMBLEM, one of the corners not matching up perfectly, REAR emblem did not stick very well on corners, And black paint not very well painted, you can see a square in the rear emblem in the center of the bowtie, out of 10, I give these emblems a 7, they will work for now
Reviewed by Mike L (JULIAN, WV) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — Mar 01, 2016 6:38 AM
The emblems are nice and sturdy looking. I liked the look of the powder coated black. The rear emblem was totally black, but I assumed it would have a chrome border, which it did not.