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Unread 11-05-2007, 12:10 AM   #1
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Back in Stock!!

Now in 5 colors - limited quantities though.
- Good old White
- Black
- Yellow
- Red
- Green

See attached picture.



They are 1.5" H x 12" W. White vinyl cutout lettering, so be careful when putting them on.

If you want one please Paypal me $4.00 (includes shipping for US 48) at the following addy (andries at ezdries dot net) on Paypal. Remember to include your name and full mail addy. Any probs just PM me.

Folks outside US 48 please PM me so I can determine shipping cost first.

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Unread 04-12-2008, 12:11 PM   #2
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Finally scraped off a bunch of old stickers and plastered the 120.Com stickers on a good spot.

one side....


and d' other!
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Unread 04-13-2008, 11:04 AM   #3
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Kewl!!!!
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i was wondering if you will ship to an "APO" box???
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Unread 07-13-2008, 12:52 AM   #5
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i was wondering if you will ship to an "APO" box???
Hmmm, missed this post. What is an APO box?
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Unread 03-11-2009, 01:03 PM   #6
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An APO address is a military address assigned to us while stationed overseas. You can only mail to them through USPS and everything goes to NY and ships out on government contracted planes to all the different bases overseas. APO AE is europe APO AP is pacific.
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Unread 03-11-2009, 02:26 PM   #7
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Well if it can be shipped via USPS and cost the same as normal mail it will not be an issue. Hopefully it will make it to the destination.
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Unread 03-13-2009, 05:30 PM   #8
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They arrived today so I put them on after I put my Slee Hi-Lift mounts on. Thanks Andries.






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Unread 03-14-2009, 09:01 AM   #9
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Cool stuff!!!!
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cash set for one of the stickers andries
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Mine is starting to peel off, so I think I will be ordering some new ones
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just got mine, still trying to figure out where to stick it....
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Seems like I will have to order a new batch soon.

Josh, pull the back off, stick on the location you want and then pull the clear front cover off. I have seen folks use a little water with stickers and it seems to make it easier to stick and position them. They also used a credit card on the clear front to straighten and squeeze the air out.
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Seems like I will have to order a new batch soon.

Josh, pull the back off, stick on the location you want and then pull the clear front cover off. I have seen folks use a little water with stickers and it seems to make it easier to stick and position them. They also used a credit card on the clear front to straighten and squeeze the air out.
To elaborate this point, use a water and Dawn dish soap solution. Use very little Dawn though. Spray it where the sticker will go, or wipe it down with a sponge/towel. Then when you place the sticker it will allow you to make adjustments like straightening it. Use a credit card to get all of the moisture out from underneath, let it dry for a few minutes, then peel off the plastic.
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To elaborate this point, use a water and Dawn dish soap solution. Use very little Dawn though. Spray it where the sticker will go, or wipe it down with a sponge/towel. Then when you place the sticker it will allow you to make adjustments like straightening it. Use a credit card to get all of the moisture out from underneath, let it dry for a few minutes, then peel off the plastic.
i didnt mean HOW to stick it, i meant where hahah
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i didnt mean HOW to stick it, i meant where hahah
I wasn't responding to your post. Andries may have been, but I was only expanding onto Andries post as a general tip for applying stickers.
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I wasn't responding to your post. Andries may have been, but I was only expanding onto Andries post as a general tip for applying stickers.
oh my bad, i meant to quote andries, i was just messing
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oh my bad, i meant to quote andries, i was just messing
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found a place to stick it



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ordered one yesterday when should i recieve it?
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