Anyone remove the orange reflectors on the front forks of their Scrambler? Wondering if removing them will leave unsightly adhesive marks, etc.
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Chicago? Yeah, we have WD-40 here in the midwest .from my experience wd-40 works (dont know if you have that where you live).
Good to hear, cheers.European Scramblers does not have those and indeed they are ugly
The UK def don't, I also was thinking of how to remove them before I picked mine up, glad they weren't any, strange how some little orange reflectors make the bike look different.Good to hear, cheers.
Unfortunately, these reflectors are also a requirement of the upcoming european EURO4 regulation.I have seen new Ducati Multistradas,Modellyear 2015, which are already Euro4-compatible.They have this ugly reflectors, and the f**ing Evap-canister also.Of course European models don't have them, it's a DOT required reflector. ....
Yesterday I took off all the emissions stickers, the evap canister, and also the reflectors on the front forks. The reflectors are just on with double sided tape. Pry them off or use fishing line or whatever your method is, then hit the remaining adhesive with some goo-gone and there is zero sign they were ever there. It only takes a few minutes.
The evap can was easy to remove. As simple as cut two pipes (or disengage from clamps), remove bracket, done.How was the evap can removal? Did you have to do much dis-assembly to reach and reroute hoses?
With the stickers on the tube frame, did you just peel off and use goo gone? How about a blow dryer?