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 on: Today at 16:51:57 
Started by Angela - Last post by --Jerry S--
No where to hide form JR


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 on: Today at 16:30:32 
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 on: Today at 14:41:30 
Started by Tumminelli - Last post by Tumminelli
Yes, I have removed the badging also in that manner but I was referring to the decals. Looks to me that they are clear coated over. My concern is that if I heat with a heat gun and remove there won't be any clear coat under the decal.

Has anyone sucessully removed decals?

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 on: Today at 06:48:39 
Started by tnttoolman - Last post by tnttoolman
Pulled the old tank apart last night and the gasket is pretty pliable so I am going to go with Old Drifter and use some rtv.  Thanks for everyone'
s input.

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 on: Today at 03:20:06 
Started by Old Drifter - Last post by CDNRatMan
  Did you find someone brave enough to ride with you?

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 on: Today at 03:19:02 
Started by Tumminelli - Last post by CDNRatMan
    Yup hair dryer, fishing line and a lot of patience and go gone when you are finished then wash well and apply pledge furniture polish. 

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 on: Today at 01:38:07 
Started by Old Drifter - Last post by mittico68
Really nice!

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 on: Today at 01:36:20 
Started by Tumminelli - Last post by mittico68
I've removed the tank badges and it's been a smooth and neat job: first I had to use a hair dryer, just to warm a bit the badges; then I passed a fishing wire trhough the back side of said badges and the tank, movin' it up and down gently, 'till the badges came out nicely.
And then I used a sanding brush, to remove the gummy residues from the tank.
Finally, I've put on each side a new decal bought via e-bay. Et voilą!

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 on: July 26, 2017, 23:40:44 PM 
Started by Tumminelli - Last post by Tumminelli
Has anyone attempted to remove factory decals?  I have an 01 800 and I'm not to crazy about the tan and gold strips on the tank and fender. It's a red bike and I think the all red look of the 03 800 looks much cleaner.

I've looked on line about how to remove decals in general but I'm not sure if I attempted it would there still be clear coat under the decal on our drifters.

Any thoughts?  Paul

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 on: July 26, 2017, 22:52:41 PM 
Started by tnttoolman - Last post by drifter-paul
CMS in the Netherlands have a replacement (110610292 appears as the equivalent of Kaw 11009-1656) About $15 plus postage.       www.cmsnl.com
 :)

It matches your photo and my memory of the part.

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