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Old 01-18-2016, 10:25 AM   #1
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My front decal was in pretty bad shape so I ordered this from Sticker Brand. My neighbor, who has a 19' hybrid, affectionatly referred to my rig as the Titanic because its big compared to theirs. So that's why I picked that particalur sticker. No sure how it's going to hold up to the road and weather but I guess time will tell.IMG_1379.JPG
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Old 01-18-2016, 11:06 AM   #2
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Just remember NOT to wax it. Wax has petroleum distillates in it and will eventually destroy the decal again. Use a polymer sealant that does not have the petroleum in it. I use Rejex. Great stuff and it's safe for decals.
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Old 01-18-2016, 11:16 AM   #3
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Love it!
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Love it!

The decal or Rejex?

I like the decal for sure.
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Both, Lloyd. Been using Rejex since the last Texas Rally. I believe you were nearby when I was introduced to Rejex by the "professionals" doing my ST. Never forget how buggy your front cap got towing to Texas!
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Both, Lloyd. Been using Rejex since the last Texas Rally. I believe you were nearby when I was introduced to Rejex by the "professionals" doing my ST. Never forget how buggy your front cap got towing to Texas!
Your ST looked pretty sharp when they got done with it!
Yes that was a buggy trip. That Duramax almost couldn't pull the rig back home.
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is there a difference in the decals on an RV vice decals on a truck? I have utilized car wax on my 2007 F150 with it's FX2 decal and have not noticed any issues. I do see a great many RV's with their decals pealing.
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