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"Doohickey Inside" clear urethane-domed decals. Let your fellow KLR riders know that the "Doo" has been DONE! The all-weather decal has good flex and a super-strong adhesive that can handle 302ºF (150ºC). Perfect for placement on your generator cover, fairing, or other locations on your bike.
Measures approx 1.66"w by 1.33"h (42mm x 34mm).
Free shipping in the USA, $2 to Canada, $2.25 worldwide.
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I use an Electric Engraver to write "EM Doo & T Spring" on the beveled area of the flywheel cover immediately above the Doo-Hickey adjuster bolt, for my customers.
 

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I like it. Ive always felt there should be some universal rule with all KLR owners to put a Doo sticker somewhere so future owners will know its done. I have one on the rear fender under the seat
 

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While I'm active on other groups & forums, I really haven't been on here much since I joined. So, just for you guys, I'm offering a 25%-off coupon for the next two weeks!
Use code "KLRFORUM25"

Fun fact: I've been riding KLRs since 1996 and I'm one of the early members of the old Dual Sport News KLR650 listserv. I was involved in the creation of the original aftermarket "Doohickey" and have one of the first 5 ever made in my Tengai.
 

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Eagle Mike includes a sticker.
 

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While I'm active on other groups & forums, I really haven't been on here much since I joined.
Wait a minute!, There are other forums?.
 

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I wish that EM's sticker had been printed 'Rightside UP'.
I think that is part of what confuses owners looking at it, looking for it, trying to Compare It!
 

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I use an Electric Engraver to write "EM Doo & T Spring" on the beveled area of the flywheel cover immediately above the Doo-Hickey adjuster bolt, for my customers.
I imagine your customers appreciate it! I used to have an Electric Engraver, but I had to sell it because I kept Drunk-Engraving things on my flywheel cover that I'm not all that proud of. ;)
 

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I used to have an Electric Engraver, but I had to sell it because I kept Drunk-Engraving things on my flywheel cover that I'm not all that proud of.
If you do/did all of your own work you would probably be the only one to notice your scribbles. ;)
 
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