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Old 03-01-2012, 09:20 AM   #1
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Replacement Decals

My rig is starting to have some of the decals weather and curl.

It is a 2000 and has been in full sun for 11 years so you can imagine the damage that has been inevitable on the graphic decals.

My question is does anyone know where I can buy replacement decals to install myself?

I am having a hard time finding an after-market vendor that sells them.

If any of you have a link to purchasing new ones let me know.

I doubt that I will be able to get the original designs I had, but even if I could replace them with new ones that are different that would be fine too.

Once I get all the old decals off I am going to buff the coach before applying the new ones so that the fiberglass has a shine on the entire surface.
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I have driven by this place many times. San Bernardino off I-215W, they always have different RV's being worked on. You might be able to buy stripe kit for your RV, but not sure.
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Thanks John I will check it out !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:36 PM   #4
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I do RV detailing, the decals can usually be saved by using a razor blade to trim them. I just did a 36 Dolphin that the decals were peeling bad, some were curled a half inch. It turned out very nice. You can't even tell they were ever peeling.
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Here is another company that deals with the RV industry.
Burlington Graphic Systems Inc. - An Employee Owned Company
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Awesome job, yes they look great. Unfortunately I have one swrill that has peeled in several places in the middle of it. It must have bubbled at one point split open and peeled back. As far as the edges curling, I will try your suggestion with the razor blade. GREAT IDEA.
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