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I have seem threads before about removing stickers, what works, what doesn't, etc... Here's a tip for you- peel as much as you can with your thumbnail, and use Goof-Off to remove the residue. A word of caution- the solvent in the Goof-Off reacts with the plastic of the windshield and turns it hazy. So be careful in that area.
 

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A hairdryer or heatgun works well too.
 

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I know what you mean about the goof-off. I used to work at a local snowmobile/4-wheeler/ motorcycle dealership. A used bike was brought in with a sticker on the windshield, so I peeled it off and used goof-off. Not good, $80 later it had a new one on it. [:D]
 

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lacquer applied from a cloth in a circular motion works wonders, no paint problems either, unless you put some elbow into it...
 

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I use WD-40 for removing the adhesive left behind from stickers, Zero damage every time. Although you might have to give it a bath afterwards as you will have a spot that is nice and shiny from the WD-40.
 

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Goo gone is a good one also, It doesn't harm the shields one bit.

The only good use for wd-40 is sticker glue removal or anit-rust protection, other than that it is worthless.
 

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heat gun or blow dryer work wonders
 

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Nuts off works to, basically a cheaper WD40
 

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Originally posted by Sledheadx69
[br]Hair Dryer, Heat Gun, WD-40... all work good
That what I used for all mine. No issues..
 

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heck in Michigan the last couple of days you could of set it outside and off they would of come. Finally snow in the forcast cannot wait
 

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I just took some stickers off my sled. I used a hardryer to get them off and I used some good old unleaded straight from the snowmobile gas tank to get the goo off. Beautiful.
 
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