I took mine off on purpose because I prefer the look without it.
Broke out the hair dryer and some dental floss expecting a bit of work. Turns out I did not need either as they both came off by just a little steady pull.
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2012 Victory Crossroads Classic L.E. (#258)
PC V and Dyno tuned by Kyle of KMC
Lloydz High Flow Filter
Lloydz Timing Wheel
Lloydz Drop In Cams
Lloydz 1/4 Turn Throttle
Crossroads HID high/low lights
Making 113 HP and 115 TQ
Thanks never thought of that. What I was wondering was if anyone else has had this problem as I am working on a class action against Victory in another area. No am note saying what for at this time as Im waiting to hear from Victory.
The adhesive used on the badges is crap. That's what makes de-badging so easy. They'll either fall off, or you can pull them off by hand in the heat, and there's very little cleanup to do getting rid of what's left of the adhesive.
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