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anyone remove the warning label on the tank? If so, what did you use? I'm sick of looking at that sticker- couldn't Indian have put that in a better place?
 

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I used the wife's hair dryer to heat the sticker then Peeled it off. Also used w d 40 to remove the glue.
 

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There are a few earlier threads about this. You can do a search and find several ways it has been done,
 

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Just lift up a corner with your finger nail and SLOWLY with even pressure peel that Mo-Fo off!! You can thank the lawyers for that!!!
 

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100 years from now, that tank sticker will be worth millions
 

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anyone remove the warning label on the tank? If so, what did you use? I'm sick of looking at that sticker- couldn't Indian have put that in a better place?
I used liquid called sticky stuff remover. It's like an orange smelling liquid that you rub over the sticker, give it a good soaking, then rub it off with your thumb or peel it off gently, do not, scrape. Polish after woods to clean up the residue.
 

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That sticker removal will get you jail time ...........just like the mattress tag removal does. Don't do it. Don't risk a criminal record. The Polaris Sticker Police are now many and mobile. You will get caught. Ride only after midnight until dawn. Keep garaged if you do. And speak of this to nobody .............not even your intimate partner (s)
 

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Get the bike custom painted, he'll remove the sticker. Little expensive way to get that thing off.
 
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