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Stickers from motorcycle superstore BE CAREFUL

Just a warning...

I bought a bike recently with stickers on it.. in fact all over it. One of the stickers were motorcycle superstore stickers.

I GOT EVERY single sticker off except for that ******* one! I tried everything on it now and it leaves back residue and all kinds of stuff. Goo gone and heat couldnt take it off..
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I take that back... Two stickers couldnt remove both. SO DO NOT PUT THOSE ON ever
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Why would someone put Motorycle Superstore stickers on their bike anyway?
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Why would someone put Motorycle Superstore stickers on their bike anyway?
Now I am not being an a$$ but I am assuming the same reason you put stickers on yours for no reason haha. Because it's YOURS!

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Just a warning...

I bought a bike recently with stickers on it.. in fact all over it. One of the stickers were motorcycle superstore stickers.

I GOT EVERY single sticker off except for that ******* one! I tried everything on it now and it leaves back residue and all kinds of stuff. Goo gone and heat couldnt take it off..
What part of the bike is it on?


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Try to use clay bar. It should take everything off.
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Goo be gone. I had to use it after removing my base decals. No issues. Worked great.

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Goo be gone. I had to use it after removing my base decals. No issues. Worked great.

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I second that...goo gone is awesome stuff
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