While your Ford F-150 likely came with emblems, they can get worn or sometimes fall off. Or, if you've done any engine upgrades, you may need to update the badging to match. Either way, replacing your old or missing emblems will help your truck stand out.
If you want to show off your EcoBoost engine, there are F-150 EcoBoost emblems that feature the logo. For those who want to display their engine displacement, you can add a “5.0” or “4.6” emblem depending on your engine size.
F-150 Raptor owners can display their truck’s power with a “450hp” emblem. A custom etched “Raptor” emblem is a great replacement for your stock component. Shop Ford, Ford Performance, or PUTCO for officially licensed products.
Ford's Blue Oval is recognizable all over the world. But that might not coincide with your truck’s style. If you’re going for a stealthy look, you may want to opt for a black F-150 emblem instead. Whether you want gloss, matte, or black-on-black, there are plenty of options.
You could also show off your patriotism with emblems from American Car Craft. A stainless steel American flag emblem can give your truck style and personality. If you’ve already got the emblems you need, there are also F-150 decals.
As for emblem materials, there are plenty of options. Emblems made of ABS plastic are strong and resistant to impacts and corrosion. Stainless steel or billet aluminum emblems are durable, rust-resistant, and long-lasting. They also have a more premium feel.
Most F-150 badges or emblems come with pre-applied 3M tape. All you have to do is peel and stick for an easy installation. You can attach them anywhere there's a flat surface. But the fenders, tailgate, grille, hood, and doors are the most popular locations.