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Old 07-15-2013, 06:24 PM   #1
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Decals, Exc. job by body shop, reasonable

Having had a lot of experience with cars, ect. I had a good idea how difficult it could be to replace decals.

Sometimes it's best to let the experts do the job. If you can find one. A small body shop in town, removed the old decal strip, 15 Ft. , (3 sections) installed the new ones for $ 125. Did an excellent job.

I bought decals from www.winnebagoparts.com ( $2.00 a foot) original decals.

The shop had the tools, knowhow, and if they screwed up, they bought the ranch, not I. I had some paint work done before by them so I had a
good idea concerning their quality of work.

On the west side of the mountains (Seattle area) it would of cost me double the labor. So the $125 was well worth if for me.

Thanks for listening.

PS: this was on my 31 ft. motor home. The blue colored stripes seem to fade out quicker than the other colors. It's the dye in some cases.

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