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i just installed a front fender decal and its a little old so the sides dont stick well can i melt them to the plastic, not severly but enuf to make it stick?

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Can you lift it up far enough to wipe a booger under it? I've got a cold right now so if you need more snot and/or boogers give me a call and I'll come over and help.

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Do you have an Oxyacetylene torch with a cutting tip on it?

That could work.

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Do you have an Oxyacetylene torch with a cutting tip on it?

That could work.

That only works if you soak the fender in a bucket of gasoline to loosen up the dirt that is keeping it from sticking down.

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Were you focused with your elbows up, head over the handle bars when you put it on, if not that's why it didn't stick.

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Did you maybe put it on upside down, with the sticky side up and the non-sticky side towards the plastic? I've done that a few times, let me tell you it does NOT work. :thumbsup:

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Wait til the dirt sticks on the edge of the underneath the part that didn't glue down. It will be as annoying as a wedgie.

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When the sticky side is out you lose .0000927364521 seconds off your lap time.

At least that's what I heard.

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When the sticky side is out you lose .0000927364521 seconds off your lap time.

At least that's what I heard.

Yeah but over ten laps that really adds up smartass!

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Those edges will actually force the wind to hold the front end down so you track better thru the whoops and thru corners. :thumbsup:

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Those edges will actually force the wind to hold the front end down so you track better thru the whoops and thru corners. :thumbsup:

But if you wipe out, you would stick to one of the whoops......That would suck.

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Those edges will actually force the wind to hold the front end down so you track better thru the whoops and thru corners. :applause:

I thought you said to keep the front end up in the whoops?!?! I'm so :thumbsup::ride:

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