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Old 10-20-2010, 07:36 AM   #1
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Winnebago Adventurer 35u LH slash decal needed

I ordered most of the decals for our coach due to them showing various levels of sun damage. They didn't have the left hand slash which covers the other stripes. I can't find it anywhere.
Any help would be appreciated.

Slash drivers side 132132-02-04A (LT gold/Bright White WS Sahara Grey)

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If Winnebago can't supply it, you are out of luck. Nobody else would be making or stocking decals for older Winnies.
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Old 10-22-2010, 06:43 PM   #3
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I ordered most of the decals for our coach due to them showing various levels of sun damage. They didn't have the left hand slash which covers the other stripes. I can't find it anywhere.
Any help would be appreciated.

Slash drivers side 132132-02-04A (LT gold/Bright White WS Sahara Grey)

Thanks

Jesse
I had the graphics matched a local sign vendor and they made them. Turned out good.
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Thanks Tim & Paula, we will try that.

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Hi JBMSR.
Could I ask how you got the old ones off. Mine have sun damage as well and would like to be able to remove them and go without. Did you just put the new ones over the old ones?
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Hi JBMSR.
Could I ask how you got the old ones off. Mine have sun damage as well and would like to be able to remove them and go without. Did you just put the new ones over the old ones?

It was very easy. Get a blow dryer. Do not get the decal too hot. Hold the dryer about 6 to 8" away. Start at one end and start to peel it off. I very carefully started to peel the edge with a razor blade where it was hard to start in different places. I had all of them off in less than an hour. The area where the decal was will look clean and shiny after you wash it. Over time the old and new areas will blend. It did not look bad to me. Just noticable. Do not use any kind of paint strippers or harsh chemicals. It will damage the finish.
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I used a heat gun and goof off. Keep your heat gun mooving and only heat it enough to rempve the decal. (tip do not use a metal razor blade, it must be a plastic one so that you dont cut the jellcoat.)

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Could I ask how you got the old ones off. Mine have sun damage as well and would like to be able to remove them and go without. Did you just put the new ones over the old ones?
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The rear of my 02-35u is exposed to winter sun and the rear stripes were peeling so I was tired of decals and had mine painted. I told the painter it didn't have to match perfect because nobody would see anything but the back. I plan to paint the sides later, I know it won't look exactly like org but who cares. By the way he matched them perfect, now I will have local auto sign grafic painter to do Adv decal.
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I have the same sun damaged, decal problem with my 07 Itasca, 35'. My RV is just four year old but Winnebago has already transferred all parts to a different company. Check out www.winnebagoparts.com. Their store is only a few miles east of the Winnebago Factory in Forest City, Iowa.

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This guy will make whatever you want. RV Stripes & Graphics
He also has removal info and tools.

When I get a few coins put away I plan to have him replace all of mine. he gave me a preliminary quote of $1200. With pictures and measurements he will give a firm quote.
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