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Debadged my silver baby last night. I like the look better. Thanks for all the tips. Very easy to do. I used my wife's hair dryer and some fishing line. Worked great.

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Sweet deal bro! :bigthumbsup: My silver is now fully debaged as well, except for the M109R ones down on the lowers above the tranny.
 

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07BLACK109 it's not just you I also have left the Tank Badge,Mainly cause I'm proud of my zuk and don't want knowbody to think it's a Harley :bigthumbsup:
But i took all the others off except the Suzuki on the tail end :bigthumbsup: :doorag:

And that's not a Jab at Harley's cause I like some of there bikes also,Just love 109's :D
 

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I only took the warning labels and the Suzuki sticker off the tail piece. I left the Boulevard tank badges and the lower M109 side badges. I think they look good. To each his own. :bigthumbsup:
 

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I took the rear suzuki sticker off too and all of the warning crap. It is as bare as I can get it. I must say I have a slight discoloration from where the rear suzuki sticker was. I heated it up w/ hair dryer and peeled what I could and used "goo b gone" on the adhesive. Maybe I don't have all of the residue off.

I will post pics probably tomorrow as I had a vinyl "logo" designed and installed on the cowl. I haven't had time to post. Will do soon.
 

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I only left that "S" on the top of the chrome on the tank...everything else resides in a bag in the garage...
Bruno said:
Badges, we don't need no stinking badges............
Hey this looks JUST like mine :bigthumbsup:

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It was originally in the movie "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre" from the 40's or 50's :D
 
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