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:WRS:           That is the only place I buy decals!         Great quality and very good prices.     If you become a Supporter here they offer a good discount too.

 

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As far as I'm concerned the ONLY place to get decals. :)

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@Ashton Vancoutren :WRS:

And in answer to your question....YES!

If you want a "custom" decal, Terry can help you out on that too!

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That's where I got mine, superb quality, easy to apply, recommend 100%

 

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29 minutes ago, gsummers said:

That's where I got mine, superb quality, easy to apply, recommend 100%

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Not to keep repeating anything. But ya thats the only place in my book to get decals. I have ordered many decals for my horses, panzers and my truck oh and my toolboxes and have absolutely no complaints. Always the best quality and Terry is a very good guy to deal with.

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He has even made decals for me for non-wheel horse related products! Best decals you will ever find!

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Does anybody have any suggestions on how to apply new decals on a hood to get the bubbles out and so they look great thanks

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5 minutes ago, oneroadkingman said:

Does anybody have any suggestions on how to apply new decals on a hood to get the bubbles out and so they look great thanks

@Vinylguy, on his redoyourhorse site, He has videos on how to apply on his decals, but soapy water or Windex sprayed on the hood and/or the adhesive side of the decal that way there's a lubricant to position the decal exactly where you want it then using a "squeegee" start in the middle and work the air/water bubbles outward, Jeff

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On 2/2/2018 at 8:53 AM, Mike'sHorseBarn said:

He has even made decals for me for non-wheel horse related products! Best decals you will ever find!

 

Terry customized my order for Putt Putt, for a rediculously cheap price... not that I’m complaining.  I feel though, like us as customers get the better end of dealing with @Vinylguy every time!  It must be that he just enjoys what he does:handgestures-thumbupright:

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 I just got a set for my tractor and  I couldn't have been happier! Terry was so great to deal with and I would do it again !

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On 8/5/2018 at 7:05 PM, oneroadkingman said:

Does anybody have any suggestions on how to apply new decals on a hood to get the bubbles out and so they look great thanks

Rick

 Give me a call if you have issues or mess one up. I will send a replacement if needed.

 

Terry aka(Vinylguy)

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I dunno Mike those footrests look awful horseish! :lol:

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Neat little walk-behind you've got there :handgestures-thumbupright:

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9 hours ago, WHX20 said:

I dunno Mike those footrests look awful horseish! :lol:

 

That's because they are lol The sulky in the back is home made 

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