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Old 05-30-2020, 04:18 PM   #1
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Replacement Jayco Eagle Decals

Hi Everyone, I have a 2013 Jayco Eagle 314 BDS Travel trailer. Been fighting the oxidation on the front pretty well over the years. Stored inside in winter. Waxed and buffed twice a year to fill the pours in the gel coat. Looking to have front cap repainted. Looking at over $2600 in decals Any help on where I could find decals for less or thoughts/pics of what others have done in terms of decals after repainting? Thank you in advance.
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Here's two ideas.... look on Amazon for "RV decals", you'll see a bunch of different ones available... or...

Get the front done in a custom vinyl wrap (like my rig). Local vinyl guys can design what ever you want, and they can wrap just about anything. No waxing needed...
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Pain then wrap in whatever i want or no pain and just have them wrap it now as is? Take others off. Just cover over the oxidation on top with a wrap?
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If you go the vinyl wrap route, I don't think you need to paint underneath it. The wrap ends up being like wallpaper. The cool thing is that any type of design/color can be done on a wrap, so you have a clean pallet to design whatever you want, or you can even match the original paint job and decals, just as one big sheet.
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When I had my rig wrapped, it was brand new, and I had the vinyl guy take off all the Jayco decals and all the Redhawk striping, so he has a flat white body to wrap on. I guess you can wrap right over the old decals too, you'll have to ask the vinyl guy what he suggests. It's easy enough to peel the old decals off and leave the existing paint.
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When I had my rig wrapped, it was brand new, and I had the vinyl guy take off all the Jayco decals and all the Redhawk striping, so he has a flat white body to wrap on. I guess you can wrap right over the old decals too, you'll have to ask the vinyl guy what he suggests. It's easy enough to peel the old decals off and leave the existing paint.
With a wrap, can you wax and clean just as you would with a full body paint or gel coat?
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With a wrap, can you wax and clean just as you would with a full body paint or gel coat?
I just wash it, no wax required because of the clear layer on the vinyl. Plus, I noticed the vinyl doesn't hold the dirt like paint does, so very little dirt actually collects on it, and the next rain just washes it away.
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