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    gpr warning labels

    Does anyone know if it is legal to remove all the warning stickers on a jet ski? i dont like the look of them plastered all over it but dont want to take them off if i could get ticketed or something for it.


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    Yes-- you can take all of them off--- the only required ones (besides the registration sticker and numbers) are on regular boats like the capacity sticker (# of people and engine hp) and a "no discharge of raw sewage" sticker on boats over 26 ft.

    PWCs have no requirements beyond the registration numbers and state sticker

    If in doubt, call your state dept of natural resources and ask them-- you can find the number on their website

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    Thats the first thing I do is remove the ugly warning stickers....good for .001 mph at least....lol

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    If you are ever on a Coast Guard monitored waterway, or national park water, I would keep the capacity and 2 star environment ones on. Everything else can go for sure, along with the spray spout.

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    Ok thanks guys. It all started with a gas leak tht ruined one of my decals so i took it off and just didnt stop takin stickers off. i was surprised at how much i like the clean look

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    I had been wondering the same thing, as these stickers really make the ski look busy! Figure leaving the capacity one and the emissions ones would be important but the others look better gone.

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    what you use to clean glue.off

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    industrial aerosal goof off

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    This all important sticker should never be removed from a pwc.

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    This is an actual sticker. No Hoax here. As you might imagine..I was a bit shocked the first time I came across one.

    These days the stickers are a bit more PG..with the key phrase "Bodily orifices" substituted for the unchecked translation by English speaking marketing people sticker.

    At one time I was the guy that caught the phrase:

    "Do not strangle your baby with the camera strap"

    and stuck labels in 10,000 manuals to replace that with:

    "Do not place camera strap around baby's neck.

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    I couldn't stop laughing when I first read the similar label on my gpr (rectum and vangina) lol. I peeled it off and stuck it to my toolbox. I had my wife read it but she found no humor it

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