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I am rebuilding an 04 yfz 450 and am looking to powder coat the frame and some other parts. The only vin number i have is a sticker on the frame. I was wondering if anyone knows a good way to get it off intact so i can put it back on after the powder coating is done. the only thing i can think of right now is using a heat gun to try and remove it. Im just a little uneasy about over heating and destroying the sticker or clear film on the top.
 

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We do this on our semi trucks windshields for removing permit stickers when replacing glass. We put clear tape over entire decal. Lightly heat entire sticker and surrounding area. Then use a razerblade to remove decal. We put rubber cement on decal when putting on new windshield. Hope this helps.d
 

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It has a VIN number in the frame right beside the shifter. I'm in Canada and all my yfz's have them along with friends yfz's too. Otherwise you could steal a yfz take off the sticker put make a new one and guess what the quad isn't stolen any more.
 
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