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I got tired of looking at those government mandated warning labels.

I drilled out the rivets and covered them with carbon-fiber sticker material that I die cut to match the labels.

Not too shabby!

Sure look better than those billboards!

Cheers,

Bob
 

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I shaved my fenders
 

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there was guy at badlands that i ran into that had stainless panels that rivited in. he used them for stickers and stuff.
 

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that carbon fiber looking stuff is pretty cool looking. I might just shave the fenders though.
 

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Check e-bay. There are guys selling all sorts of different materials to replace/cover the existing labels.

How about spray paint?? :huh:
 

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Do you guys have pics of your front fenders shaved off? if you do, can you post them?
 

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Originally posted by DaNNNNNy9@Jul 23 2004, 11:35 AM
Do you guys have pics of your front fenders shaved off? if you do, can you post them?
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Dont bother with cuttnig them, just take 'em off. it's only 2 bolts and drilling 2 rivets, then you can put them back on later if you decide you want them. If you have the fenders on, there's people on ebay with alum. diamond plate pieces to replace the warning labels that look pretty sweet.
 

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Read and understand all of the labels on your
machine. They contain important information
for safe and proper operation of your ATV.

Never remove any labels from your ATV. If a
label becomes difficult to read or comes off, a
replacement label is available from your
Yamaha dealer.

Just kidding, I copied these from the YaMaHa owners manual.

I'm waiting to remove mine but I want something purfect to put in its place, I'm still looking. (captions/sayings)
 

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Originally posted by RRideRR@May 25 2004, 11:08 PM
I got tired of looking at those government mandated warning labels.

I drilled out the rivets and covered them with carbon-fiber sticker material that I die cut to match the labels.

Not too shabby!

Sure look better than those billboards!

Cheers,

Bob
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Hey man, where did you pick up the sticker material? I took out my rivits on my yamaha and the label popped right off, with my honda they are glued in. SUCKS!
 

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At least you guys don't have French on yours... :D Cept you TRX405Ryan, unless you bought yours in Detroit and smuggled it in to avoid taxes.
 

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Originally posted by Freerider@Dec 28 2004, 12:12 PM
At least you guys don't have French on yours... :D  Cept you TRX405Ryan, unless you bought yours in Detroit and smuggled it in to avoid taxes.

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No french on mine. There was a bag of french stickers with a french owners manual under the hood... They met the garbage can pretty quick lol

I drilled out the front two. THe rear one is still on there... Anyone manage to take off the one that is on the seat?
 

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Yeah I got the same bag of french sticker's and a french owners manual. Plus 2 english ones?

I've been thinking of removing the english and replacing with french.
 

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LOL...reminds me of the nine phone cards Bell gave me. What do they want me to do, hand them out to all my friends? Longdistance on me everybody.
 

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like brandon, I just drilled out the rivets and peeled the warning labels off. Did not put anything esle back on. I think they look good without anything. Doesn't really make a whole lot of sense to take the warning labels off because they stick out like a sore thumb and then put a big ole chrome sticker or whatever in it's place. Jus my $.02
 
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