Warning stickers

Discussion in 'General Harley Davidson Topic' started by awall, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. awall

    awall Member

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    Does anyone take off the warning stickers on your new bike. They just don't look good.
     
  2. USMCCWO5

    USMCCWO5 Junior Member

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    Even before the reflectors; I removed all of them from air filter, fuel gauge, engine guard, and saddlebag guards. A rolling disclaimer....no more.
    I used WD-40 and then pledge.
     
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  3. glider

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    If you remove all those stickers, the EPA police will confiscate your bike.:D

    That's the first thing I usually do is to remove them.
     
  4. Lancer

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    Those are the same guys that will get you if you remove those tags from your pillow and mattress. :s
     
  5. glider

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    :lolrolling That's the ones, you have had experiences with them? :D
     
  6. fireman54

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    Yeah, they're gone.
    Can't understand it. You purchase a beautiful shiny, chromed motorcycle and they stick this stupid, (EDIT) sticker on your shiny chromed AC cover! At least, they could have put on the bottom side.


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    A Friendly Reminder - Harley Davidson Community
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  7. Moucheter

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    Thanks for the info and it is true that they are looking ugly. So first thing tomorrow ( since it is suppose to rain all day) I will use abit of Jig-O-Loo then the Pledge and they will be history.
     
  8. Lancer

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    Guilty :(
     
  9. awall

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    Sounds good to me. Mine will be gone asap
     
  10. fireman54

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    Hey. Did I write a no-no? Didn't realize it. Sorry folks.