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Old 02-29-2012, 04:27 AM
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Who actually cares about all the decals on their trailers?
If they started curling up, fading, cracking, etc., would you want them replaced or just taken off completely?
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Old 02-29-2012, 05:10 AM
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Taken off. Everything I own with the exception of my truck, has had the brand decals removed. The way I look at it is, they don't pay me to advertise.
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Old 02-29-2012, 06:55 AM
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Well even the decorative ones. Like mountains and such.

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Who actually cares about all the decals on their trailers?
If they started curling up, fading, cracking, etc., would you want them replaced or just taken off completely?
I want them back on for two reasons....

They give the camper some accent look,takes away from the all-bland white look

Every where they peel off there is a bright white ghost on the fiberglass of where they used to be....looks like junk.

After all, money is spent on what works and fits the need,and looks good as well...no different from buying a car or truck

Just MHO
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Old 03-06-2012, 07:19 PM
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Makes sense. I was just curious what ppl though.
I would rather NOT have decals. Too much of a pain, can peel, crack, etc.
I'd rather have the whole sucker painted
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Yea, I'd replace the scenic decals and leave off the name decals.

No decals would make it look like a FEMA trailer.

Mark
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Yeah...I've seen a few trailers with the decals taken off and it looks boring. Mine are starting to check a little and when they start looking bad enough I'll replace them.
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If you look at getting them done, I'd go to a paint/body shop place. Unless an rv shop does a lot of them, they'll charge more than a paint shop.

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Mine are starting to look aged so I will be looking on Ebay for replacements,they are not hard to replace with two people,the hard part is removing the old.
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Old 03-24-2012, 07:36 PM
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Steam helps a lot. Just get all the adhesive off, clean it good. The hard part for us is getting them back on in the same spot.
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