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Defender decals ?

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by swmeader, Jun 12, 2010.

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  1. swmeader

    swmeader Member

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    Hi, anyone out there recommend a 98 defender decal supplyer as main dealer is extortionate price. Also would you take the old ones off or go over the top.
    thanks
     
  2. ratty

    ratty I'm not special I'm limited edition

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    There was a company on ebay doing em dirt cheap.

    I'd take the originals off first. They do like to put up a fight when removing em though.
     
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    keep them off it looks a lot better without them
     
  4. Beast o Bodmin

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    burn em off then respray
     
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    Use a hair drier or a heat gun (be careful)... warm them up and they will peel off.
     
  6. Wavey

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    Bit of tar and glue remover after to remove the sticky marks, and dont bother putting them back. They look pants at the best of times, but aftermarket ones put on remotely dodgyily look fooking ****e.
     
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