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Old 02-01-2012, 10:30 AM   #1
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Decals Peeling

Hey all,
I've had my 21' Skyline TT for about a year and a half. Unfortunately, however, the graphic decals are beginning to peal around the edges. I have noticed air bubbles developing as well. I wouldn't mind removing and reapplying new decals if I don't have to pay an "arm and a leg". I am also considering removing all decals.

Any advise regarding removal, application, and decal source of supply would be greatly appreciated.


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Old 02-01-2012, 10:38 AM   #2
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Search for "Decals", there was a recent thread about removing/replacing them.

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You can remove them with a hairdryer and elbow grease, and there is also something called a "Striping Wheel" by 3M that is used with a power tool and will remove vinyl decals and stickers. You can find it in a google search. It is not very expensive, around 20 bucks or so.

There are more detailed threads here though, so as Dunner said, try a quick forum search.
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