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glenn57

FM decals

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just put FM & ICELEADERS decals on my truck topper window to display my affilation with FM. nice looking decals. if you see them stop and bs a bit.

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Glad that you like the new decals. I also thought that they are very nice looking and the color stands out well.

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harveylee, i really do and proud to display, how do the say it FOR THE GOOD OF THE ORGANIZATION. i posted it all over i hope they dont get upset with it.

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Please don't lose any sleep over posting this. Glad you are happy with the FM decals and the website.

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Harvey - I know you originally posted to let us all know about the decals so I don't know if you'd know the answer to this question or not. I'm looking to order 2 of the decals, but it looks like you get charged $5.95 shipping for each decal even if they're in the same order. Is this the case?

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I am not 100% sure on this but you could call them. I would be fairly certain that 2 of the same decals will be only 1 shipping charge.

Check your e-mail.

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Thanks harvey!

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i only was charged one shipping fee. nice decals. should of did the bigger FM decal for the boat.

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There is only 1 shipping charge of $5.95 per order.

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I just ordered 2 through the site and this time it was only 1 charge for shipping. Thanks to all.

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i go thru outing on the way to gods country, stop at the bar/cafe on hwy 6 before you cross the bridge. what part of outing do you call home?

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Are you talking about the one next to Land O' Lakes marine? I can't recall the current name as I think it's changed hands somewhat recently. We usually will have dinner on Friday nights at Granny's between Emily and Outing right on Hwy 6.

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yes thats the place,cant remember new name either. that grannys always has a ton of vehicles there, must be a neat place. always in a hurry gettin to where i wanna go but might have to force myself to stop. headed up fri am, but need to go via duluth, job related. we will meet up someday hopefully.

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I got the decals yesterday and put them on last night. They look sharp! glenn57 - I'm not planning on being in the area again until early December, but if you see a blue Chevy at Granny's with the decals on the topper, stop on in and say hi.

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Hey Glen, haven't seen you since the time on Bowstring. I have a few new lakes around that area I'm going to check out this winter. If they work out we'll have to get together and do some swapping of stories. One I tried last year has some promise. Hard to get to but might be worth the work. The place in Outing I believe is now called Pestellos? (sp)

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jwhjr, i will definitely check grannys out. i should be headed up that way the firsr 2 weekends in dec if theres enough ice. HEY MERC, thought you might of gave up on fm website. havent seen you out there much. i dont hit bowstring much when my better half is along she doesnt care for the lake. to many outings with poor luck. we have bee going to winnie alot. there is suppose to be a good perch lake closer but cant remember the name. it wouldnt be big turtle would it? we will definitely try to get hooked up this winter. and yes thats the new name of the place in outing. did you see deer haven on thunder lake burnt down. they are rebuilding. also richies in marcell is up for sale.

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