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Old 12-23-2014, 06:03 AM   #1
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Question Personal "decal" for back of motorhome?

Have any of you created or purchased a personal "decal" for the back of your motorhome? On our previous gas motorhome, we had a HUGE Detroit Tiger.....and would like to do something personal (not necessarily sports related) on the back of our current diesel. Any suggestions? Pictures? Ideas?
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This guy was on premises at Lazy Days for many years. Not sure if he still is.
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The vinyl wraps are becoming increasingly popular, inexpensive and virtually anything can be printed on the material. Hopefully someone has examples of recent art!


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Old 12-23-2014, 12:09 PM   #4
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Any Sign Shop should be able to do the graphics and decal.
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Have not applied a personal or generic decal to any of my MH's. Have nothing against those that do. My only real experience with any of this is one of the PO's of my last unit decided to put their names on the driver/passenger sides of the thing. They were on there for years. Even when I was finally able to remove the decals their names were still there, just in bright shiny white. I thought about changing our names to match the ones on the side but the wife refused to be called Betty Boo.
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Your imagination can be your guide!

These days you can have just about anything you want printed on vinyl. There is really no limit. Just as an example of what is going on the back of my Bounder 38n:
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It hasn't been applied yet, until I am able to do the prep work (warmer weather will help) However, it only cost me about $280 to be done on a 4ft x 7ft piece.
There is a specific purpose for it. But, it will give you an idea of how far you can go!
I'm also hoping it may keep tailgaters back a little!
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Get in touch with Steve Zacker at RV Stripes & Graphics (rvsg.com) in Mesa, AZ. Tell him what you want and he will do a computer design. There is no charge until you order the vinyl graphic printed.
If you are in AZ, he will install. Otherwise, he will send it to you and talk you through putting it on yourself. Steve's an old hand at this and well respected for his excellent customer service.
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These days you can have just about anything you want printed on vinyl. There is really no limit. Just as an example of what is going on the back of my Bounder 38n:
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It hasn't been applied yet, until I am able to do the prep work (warmer weather will help) However, it only cost me about $280 to be done on a 4ft x 7ft piece.
There is a specific purpose for it. But, it will give you an idea of how far you can go!
I'm also hoping it may keep tailgaters back a little!
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I thought to put a picture of the rear of my Vette on the rear of the cargo trailer. This thread is encouraging me.
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