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So with PWC, what labels do most remove? I understand the labels with USCG Certified capacity need to remain affixed but surely the one back by the oil cap can be removed right?

New to watercraft but I know motorcycles, Ski Doos, Snow Machines, ATVs, Jeeps are devoid of ALL warning labels removed by their owners.

Looking at the custom wraps for the spark, looks like alot of those warning labels would come off anyway.

The oil cap one and the labels all over the tail to include the dealership sticker bother me a little.

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From my research. The "Capacity" label is a federal requirement for all power boats under 20ft. However, manufacturers of boats this size are not required to provide the label.

My state's only requirement is registration numbers and registration decal.

Checked other forums and some folks have completely stripped of labels.
 

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Is that the one where it warns you about how a normal swimsuit or bikini will not protect your body orifices from harmfull and forcefull water body entry? Top Gear reviewed a ATV/PWC thing and said that on label.
 

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Just removed the PWC warning label of things you shouldn't do in the right foot well and the California low emissions crap label as well as the this craft complies with being able to float sticker / Hecho e Mexico off the tail. On both the emissions and this boat can float sticker, the plastic surface was smooth with no Spark bumpy texture. Kept the dealer label on the tail for now. If the advertising contract doesn't arrive in the mail soon, it's coming off as well.

stickers been baking in the sun but still needed goo begone.
 
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