Once you have ironed the transfer it IS NOT possible to remove it.
Firstly you must cover the transfer with a normal piece of a4 (or larger depending on the size) paper and reverse the material... you then iron onto the back of the shirt (assuming the transfer is on the chest) for about 1:30 min, or until you are sure that the transfer is extremely hot... at this point you can reverse the shirt and peel off the paper... the transfer should peel off with it.
Now if you wish to remove the residue glue, run the shirt through a wash with some nappy san..
You could try burning it off with an iron, other than that, you can't.
Yes, you can try Canon's TR-301 T-Shirt Transfer paper
Remove all wires attached to the transfer case. Remove the driveshafts. Drain the fluid out of the transfer case. Place a transmission jack under the transfer case. Unbolt the transfer case from the transmission. Unbolt the crossmember the transfer case rests on.
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Remove the transfer case shield, if equipped.Drain the transfer case of fluid.Remove the front propeller shaft.Remove the rear propeller shaft.Remove the transmission shift control cable clip from the transfer case.Remove the transmission vent hose clip from the bracket, if equipped.Disconnect the speed sensor electrical connector. Disconnect the inline to engine harness electrical connector. Remove the inline connector from the harness bracket.Disconnect the encoder motor electrical connector. Remove the clips from the transfer case brackets.Disconnect the transfer case vent hose.Support the transmission with a suitable transmission jack stand.Remove the transmission mount nuts.Remove the crossmember bolts.Remove the crossmember.Remove the transmission mount boltsRemove the transmission mount from the adapter.Support the transfer case with a suitable jack stand.Remove the transfer case adapter nuts.Remove the harness bracket. Important: The following service procedure must be performed with the assistance from another technician.Remove the transfer case, perform the following:Slide the transfer case straight back toward the rear of the vehicle.Rotate the transfer case so that the front output shaft is above the torsion bar bracket.Rotate the transfer case (with the input shaft slightly lowered) so that the transfer case is parallel to the torsion bar bracket.Lower the transfer case.
use an iron directly on the transfer
Probably best to go for a transfer or vinyl transfer printing process (or perhaps embroidery), you could possibly buy a home kit on the internet.Check out the related link for info on printing custom tshirts with logos.
You can buy special t-shirt transfer paper that you can use with a regular printer, print out the design on to the paper and then iron the design on to the tshirt
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I don't think so. It involves copyright issues. You can print something more common on your tshirt, for example, natural scenery. That is to say, you can not put something related to names or personal images on your tshirt.
Yes you will have to remove the transfur case first.
Yes, because the original name for a long sleeve shirt was a long sleeve tshirt, which make it a sub category of the overall tshirt category. Similar to a square is a rectangle but a rectangle is not a square
Not hard at all Remove drive shafts Remove vent tube Remove connector Slide transmission jack under transfer case Remove mount bolts and your done
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How to peplace A RANGER transfer case SHIFT MOTOR
If you mean sellotape (scotch-tape), I've done it by rubbing hard with lavender-oil and cleaning the residue off with a wet-wipe or baby-wipe.
It is on the back of the transfer case, takes a 10mm Allen wrench to remove.