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    Quote Originally Posted by 08LSV View Post
    Nice mod! Have been thinking about doing something similar to mine.

    Anybody know what the cost is for the chrome letters? I am sure the dealer price is high, any other sources?

    The two side letters, two XLV, and the one small moomba on the transom were $500 without installation.

    Eric
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    Quote Originally Posted by ericnel View Post
    The two side letters, two XLV, and the one small moomba on the transom were $500 without installation.

    Eric

    Thanks Eric. I may look into doing them as a winter project. How did you remove your old decals without damaging the finish?
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    Looks great, very clean.
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    Does anyone know if you can get the same chrome letters in MOBIUS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 08LSV View Post
    Thanks Eric. I may look into doing them as a winter project. How did you remove your old decals without damaging the finish?
    I did not do it, but I believe a heatgun and some acetone will do it.
    07 XLV GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by 08LSV View Post
    Thanks Eric. I may look into doing them as a winter project. How did you remove your old decals without damaging the finish?
    I did not do it, but I believe a heatgun and some acetone will do it.
    07 XLV GG

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericnel View Post
    I did not do it, but I believe a heatgun and some acetone will do it.
    Cool. Thanks.
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    All you really need is a heatgun, or what I used was just my wifes hair dryer. It peels off pretty easily. I then just washed/waxed the side of the boat and you could never tell there was any decal there in the first place! Putting the new ones on is a bit more tricky, and takes some time and patience, but it's doable by yourself. I'm sure paying someone to do it would be easier, but I don't want to think what one would charge for it.
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