GT350R Style Coyote Badge Designed with custom coyote artwork this badge replicatesthe GT350R style for your Mustang 5.0. Put it on your grille similar to theGT350 or center it on your blank rear decklid. Don't settle for the other cheap alternatives! Buy the original, heavy-duty, Coyote Badge. Our new badges can be used on either the grille or the decklid. The grille bolts are screwed into threaded holes on the back of the badge or you can use the included double sided tape for the decklid. The badge itself remains the same high-quality you're used to. Note: This will NOT cover the holes left on the factory decklid. A replacement blank decklid is the most popular option. We also sell a kit to cover the holes separately. Item Includes1- Coyote GT350R Style Badge w/ 3M double sided tape (For Decklid) or use mounting bolts (For Grille). Size and Material Coated Nickel Alloy Metal with Enamel Fill (Not cheap ABS like other offerings)Width - 2"Height - 3.5"Weight - 7 ounces FitsAny vehicle with a "Coyote" motor! 2011+ Mustangs and F150s. Terms of SalePayments accepted via PayPal at time of purchase. Shipping InformationWill ship to PayPal address via USPS for FREE ReturnsWe offer a 14 day return policy on defective items only.Buyer pays return shipping. AboutPlease contact us if there are ANY issues/concerns with your product. We strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Caring for your Badges It is important to keep your new badges clean and protected to ensure they last a long time. Most of our badges are made out of a metal alloy which is then painted and finished with a marine-grade epoxy. These badges will last many years if cared for properly.1. Wash your badge regularly with an automotive safe detergent.2. After washing, always dry your badge! Hard water can etch the epoxy finish just as it can you car's clear coat.3. We recommend a spray wax after every wash. This will protect your badge from damaging UV rays and also prevent degradation should hard water or other contaminants dry on your badge.4. At least once a month, wax your badge with an automotive grade wax. Natural and synthetic waxes will both work. The key is to keep a layer on the badge so that the epoxy can never become damaged.5. That's it! As long as your badge is cleaned and protected regularly, you will have no issues.