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Virgilson
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Virgilson Oct 20, 3:31am - #304477 

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How would I apply this on the horn button?

okay bought one of those horn button stickers. and importequipment.com just wanted to know any methods of putting it on. i don't want to mess up. since it costed me 10 bucks. its an sticker, and has adhesive in the back. Should I just use the soap and water method??

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thanks for ur help thumbsup
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jl2fast4u Oct 20, 3:45am - #304478 
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Just slap that bitch on there. thumbsup

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BATmobile Oct 20, 3:56am - #304479 

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clean it with soap and water first so it can stick good.
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hombredelassrtas Oct 20, 4:02am - #304480 

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put mix of water and dishsoap, lightly sprah the horn area on the wheel. then put it on, make sure its good, then take a hair dryer to it. push put bubles and its perfect.

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ravertony Oct 20, 4:02am - #304481 
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it be sweet if it were real carbon fiber i don't like carbon fiber style things they are so noticable to me spineyes

anyway use some vinyl-leather cleaner and clean that motha thumbsup thumbsup
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2003cbgts Oct 20, 6:05am - #304482 

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yup. i have one , just clean it real good with soap-water, and dry it. get ready to piss off the neighbors, cause i wanted to make sure mine was on pretty good and everytime you press, the horn goes off rofl
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Virgilson
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Virgilson Oct 20, 6:43am - #304483 

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Originally Posted by 2003cbgts
yup. i have one , just clean it real good with soap-water, and dry it. get ready to piss off the neighbors, cause i wanted to make sure mine was on pretty good and everytime you press, the horn goes off rofl



hahaha...i'll do it in the wee early hours of the morning!!!


thanks guys! thumbsup
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JaYmez Oct 20, 6:48am - #304484 

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lol so you can get it on good go somewhere like thats real empty and do it, that way you dont have to worry about pissing anone off and youll know you got it on real good at least
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BReakinDrifTs Oct 20, 7:20am - #304485 
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^^ Or you could simply unplug the postive battery terminal and make sure the thing is on tight without having to blare your horn grin
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