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Boat Sticker Vendor

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Can anyone point me towards a good place to purchase new "Lund" stickers? I just re-pained my '79 Lund Troller and want to put a couple of stickers on the side and can't seem to find a place that sells them. Thanks

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If you want the original stickers, give Lund a call directly. I gave them a call 4 years ago when I "saved" a Mr. Pike and began a resurection project on it. I called them initially with the hopes of buying the two side decals (original ones) and instead....they just sent them to me at no cost.

They have been nothing but helpful. Otherwise, other places to check or either with Valv here on FM....or the giant auction site online. I did find that boat dealers carry the decals....but the prices were insane!

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Nelson Marine in White Bear Lake has a few differant ones in stock.

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Dragonsm is correct, ask prices before you buy.....

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