Use a heat gun on low setting. I recently took 20 or 30 stickers off a '72 Yamaha I am restoring and that was the only thing that would touch them. I then used mineral spirits to take the remaining glue off.
A heat gun if you have one, otherwise borrow your wife's hairdryer. Warm it up, then slowly peel it off. If there is glue residue, WD40 works like a charm. I just did mine the other day. First I used goo gone, then tried the WD40. Threw the goo gone in the garbage.
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