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Old 04-11-2006, 01:36 PM   #1
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Arrow Fairing sticker install HELP

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Hey does any one know how to put on bike stickers? I ordered fairing sticker months ago and its just sitting in my closet and it cost me $80. I know some body shops can do it but they canít fit me in there schedule for just one sticker. I tried searching for it but no luck.
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Old 04-11-2006, 01:38 PM   #2
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ahhh, do it yourself. You're a big ballar, if you mess up, buy another :icon_bigg
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:03 PM   #3
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One sticker? 80 bucks?
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One sticker? 80 bucks?
some stickers especially the stock ones you can buy from the dealership cost an arm and a leg
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Old 04-11-2006, 02:28 PM   #5
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Go to the autoparts store & get a spray bottle (like windex etc) and a plastic squegee ( it's around the bondo & looks like a credit card)

Fill up the spray bottle with water & add a squeze of diswashing liquid. Spray down the area where you want the sticker & then spray down the sticky side of your sticker. That allows you to lay about where you want it & still be able to fine tune it. Once you have it where you want it, use the squegee to press all the water out from under the sticker.......that's it... just let it dry.
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Go to the autoparts store & get a spray bottle (like windex etc) and a plastic squegee ( it's around the bondo & looks like a credit card)

Fill up the spray bottle with water & add a squeze of diswashing liquid. Spray down the area where you want the sticker & then spray down the sticky side of your sticker. That allows you to lay about where you want it & still be able to fine tune it. Once you have it where you want it, use the squegee to press all the water out from under the sticker.......that's it... just let it dry.
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yea its a stock sticker with like a 20% discount . thing was expensive! i couldn't find anything close to it so i got it then forgot about it. LOL

i thought of this but i don't want bubbles to form and screw up my $80 sticker. o and how do you take off the other sticker thats allready there?

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Go to the autoparts store & get a spray bottle (like windex etc) and a plastic squegee ( it's around the bondo & looks like a credit card)

Fill up the spray bottle with water & add a squeze of diswashing liquid. Spray down the area where you want the sticker & then spray down the sticky side of your sticker. That allows you to lay about where you want it & still be able to fine tune it. Once you have it where you want it, use the squegee to press all the water out from under the sticker.......that's it... just let it dry.
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yea its a stock sticker with like a 20% discount . thing was expensive! i couldn't find anything close to it so i got it then forgot about it. LOL

i thought of this but i don't want bubbles to form and screw up my $80 sticker. o and how do you take off the other sticker thats allready there?
to take off a sticker, use a hair dryer and heat up the sticker. start on one corner and move to the other as you peel. i have also used the sopay water method. you dont have to buy the material, just look around the house and empty out a spray bottle into a cup and use a pen to take out the bubbles by rolling it across.
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Dear the hair drier works pretty well. You can also try the heat gun. Peel it off from one corner and gradually continue this. Note:Try to peel it off with the help of your nails so that your hands may not burn. Good luck dear.
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Dear the hair drier works pretty well. You can also try the heat gun. Peel it off from one corner and gradually continue this. Note:Try to peel it off with the help of your nails so that your hands may not burn. Good luck dear.
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He asked how to install not remove
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No, he also asked about getting the old decal off. Not much was said about it though.

"o and how do you take off the other sticker thats allready there?"
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Of course, he asked this about 6.5 years ago! Lol
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