fuk da police.....fuk, fuk, fuk da police!:nunu:Rock Steady said:So what happens when the LEO pulls you over for a missing reflector. And then notices that you have not complying EPA pipes. :nono: You just stepped into a hornets nest. I think I'll leave the reflectors on. :roflback:
All my reflectors are gone too. Good tip on the black reflective tape. Didn't even know it comes in black.8-Ball said:Simple... run some GooGone around the edges and let it seep in for a few minutes. Then start twisting it back and forth... it will come off in a few tries. The left over two sided tape will come off with the GooGone and will not affect your paint or powder coat. A heat gun or hair dryer will speed the process.
I did the same for all the stickers on my bike... especially the aircleaner.... course that is gone now anyway.
If you are at all worried about losing the safety factor... get some black reflective tape and apply it to your frame. Can hardly tell it is there in the daylight, but it will come to life when hit by headlights.
8,8-Ball said:Rock... you can't ride skeerd... this stuff is at least as bright as the stock reflectors and it really sticks. I have washed and waxed the bike many times... not even a hint of an edge peel. Use denatured alcohol prior to application... then set with a hair dryer and pressure.
Yeah, that works great.8-Ball said:I got two sheets of 8.5 x 11 black reflective sheets and cut my own design.
$15.95 for two sheets. One sheet is enough to do the frame and the swingarm.
Rock... you can't ride skeerd... this stuff is at least as bright as the stock reflectors and it really sticks. I have washed and waxed the bike many times... not even a hint of an edge peel. Use denatured alcohol prior to application... then set with a hair dryer and pressure.
The stuff is on Stan... it is very unobtrusive. I take off anything that is Mattel like in nature.Rock Steady said:8,
Was looking at your scoot. It looks real clean without the reflectors. Really pulling me in the taking off direction. Do you have the reflective tape on in those pics. I can't even see it. That's cool! Makes the bike look real "grown man" like!
This is more like paper dolls Lace... but a definite "A" for attitude.Studded Lace said:Yeah, that works great.
Just trying to keep up with the mechanical stuff.
The easiest way is 20# fishing line. Just run it under the reflector. Never scratches the paint or chrome. A little Goo Gone or Goof Off and the left over tape is gone!! :dunno: :xhere:dagsss said:anyone know how to remove thoose unsightly reflectors on the forks?
I stand corrected. I guess that I can suffer through the tea, but can I get tequila with mine?.........Bill8-Ball said:Wacking your weed is another thread, Bill. This thread is for paper dolls, origami, and tatting doilies.
Care for some tea... rose hips with that???