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Old 11-16-2011, 05:34 PM   #1
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Well I am finally getting all the things done to my new (2003 Winnebago sightseer). New Tires thanks to all of your replies on old ones. New fan belt, oil and filter change out and I bought new Decals from Winnebago, now all I have to do is take the old ones off and put the new ones, the questions to all my new, good friends on this site is how do I do that? Any suggestions?
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Well I am finally getting all the things done to my new (2003 Winnebago sightseer). New Tires thanks to all of your replies on old ones. New fan belt, oil and filter change out and I bought new Decals from Winnebago, now all I have to do is take the old ones off and put the new ones, the questions to all my new, good friends on this site is how do I do that? Any suggestions?
I used this product (3M stripe off wheel) to remove stickers from the fiberglass on my MH. I was very happy with the results, it worked flawlessly there is no adhesive left to clean up! LINK:
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We own a decal and t- shirt company the 3M wheels work good but make sure the area is completely clean before you apply the new decals. If you decide to put them on yourself make sure take your time and use the proper tools. Dry instals work the best bit if you have to do it wet remember to let it dry a few before you remove the application tape and use a bottle of water to spray on the application tape it allows the paper to release from the decal when its wet
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Thanks for the info, ordered the 3M wheel off the net and should get it in 4 to 5 days and also ordered decals from Winnebago.
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did you buy all of the decals as a kit? did you order them online? let us know how it works out and how you got the old ones off.
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I bought all the decals from Winebago parts...found them on line. I had to give specs on my coach such as year, Winnebago MFG date. Ford Mfg Date. , Serial number, VIN number and color code and they sent me a scamatic of the decals via e-mail with price...be sure you dicker with them.
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