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Boat/Car Decals

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Anybody have any suggestions on where to get some decals made of my own design.>>>>later the load

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I'm sure there are plenty of places that will do that. I have a former student of mine from Ely that does that, made some up for me, that I could get you some info on.

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Sounds good, find out how they charge size, colors etc. Thanks alot>>>later the load

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Bob there are some custom graphic shops in Duluth. Don't know the names off hand but I think SK knows of one.

Tom?

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Loadmaster -

Are you still looking for decals? I can give you some contact information for my former student and you can discuss details.

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There is a place in St. Paul that does very good work. They will do about most everything . Very reasonable. If interested contact me. mpothen@intricon.com

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Try Elite Tinting and Graphics. They did my stuff on my truck and boat.

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I had graphics done for my daughters softball helmet by Fastline Grapics in Duluth/Hermantown on Hwy 53. Brought in my own design and was very happy with the custom job he did.

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Ya thats the name I couldnt remember. Yup they also have done nice work on some friends boats. Either place will do a good job Load.

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This place made decals for my truck & boat also. I'm not sure if I can give their name out because I don't think they are a Fm sponsor??

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rodmaker, you can give the name and city but can't post direct contact info like phone numbers, e-mail and Web sites unless they are sponsors.

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Sounds good!!!!!

The name of the place is Letter Tech, located in St. Paul. They have been is business for a LONG TIME!!. They are very good to work with. I was pleased with the work they did for my truck & boat. Give them a call. grin.gif

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Rodmaker you can post the name of the bussiness but not any contact info.

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Thanks for all the info>>>>>LATER THE LOAD

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