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Old 05-30-2015, 09:43 PM   #1
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Large frontal decals

My Rockwood 5'er has nothing on it's front ( bugs excluded) and would like to decorate this area. Does anyone know, other than factory, where or who handles something like this or could custom make........Vinyl seems to be the 'in' thing.
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Old 05-30-2015, 09:53 PM   #2
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If a good sign shop can wrap a city bus in full color ads for a lawyer (as I saw today) I bet they could whip up and install a huge decal based on whatever graphics you desired or provided.

I have a friend in this business.

And then there's those old hippies that used to airbrush art onto vans and such. They're still around, too.
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Any good sign shop should be able to do vinyl or a printed decal of your choice. If you go that way, I suggest letting them put in on. Large decals and vinyl graphics are not easy to apply.
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Any good sign shop should be able to do vinyl or a printed decal of your choice. If you go that way, I suggest letting them put in on. Large decals and vinyl graphics are not easy to apply.
I know........have done it on a Top Fuel Dragster a few years ago, and as I remember, it was either a 2 or3 piece wrap......just wasn't thinking about who made it or where... brain dept. was on overload then.This being curved in 2 directions should be a real challenge.
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Try these guys.....

http://www.valleyscreen.com/rv/
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