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Prowler Decal on 2040-parts.com

US $17.99
Location:

Marsing, Idaho, United States

Marsing, Idaho, United States
old stock but still work good will need to clean surface really good or they will fail to stay. Decal does have some wrinkles on it but once you apply does not show the wrinkles you see
Manufacturer Part Number:n/a Brand:Prowler UPC:Does not apply

Prowler decal

color of decal is a metallic greenish blue

measurement of decal is 20" length x 4" 1/2 height

Before Installing make sure surface is clean and dry surface must be warm. Cause if cold decal will fail to stick

may need to apply heat if stubborn or surface is cold.

SOLD AS IS NON REFUNDABLE.

make sure you know how to apply or decal will be destroyed if not installed correctly.

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