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New ATV Caution Stickers?

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Puchased myself a new 500 EFI Sportsman, awesome deals out there. So far, I love it but what is the best way to get the caution stickers off? Thanks,

Bart

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Finger nail and a hair dryer. Maybe a skosh of goo be gone to finish up then wax it good right away. Combine some or all with a lot of patience and you got it. Take care and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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once i got mine started they peeled of pretty good being careful not to force it. any adhesive residue left over get some goo one.

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I heard there is a fine imposed for doing that...along with a fee to put them back on grin

Tons of people take em off. I can't imagine who would check if you have them or not. I've never heard of anyone having a problem with it. Mine are gone nobody seems to care. A heat gun or even a hairdryer will help. Don't get em too hot and warp the plastic.

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Originally Posted By: chasing eyes
I heard there is a fine imposed for doing that...along with a fee to put them back on grin

Tons of people take em off. I can't imagine who would check if you have them or not. I've never heard of anyone having a problem with it. Mine are gone nobody seems to care. A heat gun or even a hairdryer will help. Don't get em too hot and warp the plastic.

The same people who check your mattress have now been commissioned to check for safety decals. So drive the other way when you see a flock of sheep.

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Shhhh....After I did the ATV stickers I did the mattress tags and some pillows too. Now I'm afraid to open the shades or answer the door. Haven't slept in a couple of weeks. I'm developing a rash all over. If I hadn't thrown them out I'd glue em back on. Don't know what to do now.

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Pressure washer will do the trick! grin Did your new ATV come with those new lead warning stickers?? confusedgrin Haha,you guys just wait,I bet it'll only be a matter of time before they start putting them on!

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Thanks for all the replys.

LOL, is says Caution... even though is looks tasty, if you get hungry dont chew on the frame or handle bars of this vehicle, it may contain lead.

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I own one machine that I bought from my father last year that he had removed the decals from. I have had four other machines of my own that I have never taken a decal off of. A few have come off over the years but they have never seemed to affect the way the wheelers run or handle. wink

I never remove the dealership logo's from my autos either. What does that say about a person? I need to no if I should change my ways.

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I don't believe there's an issue with an owner removing or not replacing the warning labels on their machines.

Where the issue comes up is if the dealership sells a machine without the labels. If this happens, the mfgr's will be having a bit of a discussion with them. shocked

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