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Old 01-14-2020, 10:49 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Man, I really hate all these stickers all over my sled. I wish I could put them on the back of the tunnel near the bag.
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Old 01-14-2020, 11:45 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Some of you may be old enough to remember when you had to have the whole registration number in 3 inch decals, and the registration year stickers across both sides of a sled and they had to be on the hood, similar like a Boat has now. These new small stickers were agreed on some years back along with an increase in Registration fees.
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I like how motorcycles just have a tiny plate in back. Not stickers all over the front of it. So dumb.
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I like how motorcycles just have a tiny plate in back. Not stickers all over the front of it. So dumb.
Wouldn't work on sleds though as the plate would be covered with snow in a couple minutes.
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Wouldn't work on sleds though as the plate would be covered with snow in a couple minutes.


Maybe side of tunnel, near the heat exchanger.
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Maybe side of tunnel, near the heat exchanger.
Each year the DNR has public input meetings at various locations around the State, they ask for and listen to what folks would like to see happen with any DNR rules and Laws, it's how the full registration decals got changed to the small decals we now use....I suggest anyone with ideas please attend those meetings and voice your opinions..
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I have my trail pass on my windshield very low, I'm not super big on the decals either, but it's the rules, and I'd rather be on the good side of a LEO officer versus the guy who's hidden his decals, your just asking to get yourself into a conversation.

I run my registration stickers on my pro cross right under the ZR logo, you can't even notice really that they are there, and if I do get stopped, it's just a simple point down.

MI LEO officers are very chill about the trail pass as well, and it's good that the colors of WI and MI don't blend together, they are always different.
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