I have not yet but going to when it gets warmer here.Take a hair-dryer to warm it up.Then take dental floss(teflon coated)to it,like a saw.To remove the glue use lighter fluid.will look like it was never there.
here's my opposing positions (or Apposing positions...for Kaz):
I like the stock seat....it stays.
I like the HD chrome upper and lower covers...much better looking than anything else I've seen.
The reflectors stay...It's a safety issue and anything (within reason) to make me better seen is a good thing. Any idea what your insurance would do if you were T-boned and they discovered that all your side reflectors were removed? (I have no idea, but it's a concern...any way for them to get out of paying!)
Just my two cents........
I know it is a DOT requirment for front and rear side reflectors to be on the bike for a dealer that has a licsense for selling complete cycles.My brother and I work for a company that is exempt from this because the bikes are sold as a kit,leave the mirrors off and ship them separatley for the customer to install.The licsensing and customs are less restrictive this way.Don't know about ins. requirments are,but I will find out.I wonder what would happen if they just happend to fall off?
It's kinda Like when you get a new Bicycle and it has the reflectors on the wheels and front / rear of the bike.You take them right off or everyone will know It's your New Bike and You don't Know it's not Cool!
Yep, we can agree to disagree but this item isn't a big deal for me so it's not even a disagreement. Like you said, just an opposing opinion (or would that be Apposing???). I don't dislike the reflectors so it's no big deal for me, I'll leave them on. In reality they probably do very little for visibility so if they weren't there I wouldn't worry but I'm with Crash, every little bit helps
Of course, if they really rubbed me the wrong way then they'd be gone about as fast as yours were