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Reflector removal

I took all of mine off including the Honda label on the side covers.
I used a plastic scraper, $1 at home depot, pulled the reflector away from the fender with my hand and pushed the plastic scraper between the fender and the reflector to release the sticky tape. Most of the sticky residue came off the fender and the forks so I just used soap and water along with a terry cloth towel to remove any remaining then waxed the area. For the Honda emblems I used a little Goo Be Gone on a towel to remove the sticky residue but I wouldn't use any of this on any painted surfaces.
I like the looks without the reflectors..... Now its time to change the turn signals.....:D
 

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Dental floss, or light fishing line, and WD40 will take the glue off without hurting the paint
 

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I took all of mine off including the Honda label on the side covers.
I used a plastic scraper, $1 at home depot, pulled the reflector away from the fender with my hand and pushed the plastic scraper between the fender and the reflector to release the sticky tape. Most of the sticky residue came off the fender and the forks so I just used soap and water along with a terry cloth towel to remove any remaining then waxed the area. For the Honda emblems I used a little Goo Be Gone on a towel to remove the sticky residue but I wouldn't use any of this on any painted surfaces.
I like the looks without the reflectors..... Now its time to change the turn signals.....:D
So the Honda label is on by tape as well
 
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