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Skull Flames (purple) #02 Rear Window Graphic Tint Truck Stickers Decals on

US $79.95

Jamestown, Tennessee, United States

Jamestown, Tennessee, United States
Condition:New Placement on Vehicle:Rear Primary Color:Purple Surface Finish:Goes On Glass Theme:Flames, Skull Warranty:No Warranty Type:Rear Window Wrap Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Brand:Unbranded/Generic Finish:Glossy Size:22" Tall x 65" Wide UPC:Does not apply

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Description Is As Follows:

Skull Flames (Purple) #02 Rear Window Graphics Tint Decal.

Measures 65" Wide x 22" Tall 

(Can Be Trimmed To Fit Your Rear Window).

Beautiful Exterior (Goes On The Outside Of The Window) Mounted,

See - Through, Adhesive Backed Graphic With 

One Way Vision!

Easy To Install!

Printed With the Highest Quality Outdoor UV Resistant Inks

On The Highest Quality Material!


Fits Most Full Size Pickup Trucks & SUV's


Comes Complete With Installation Instructions


Please Measure Your Window Before Purchasing 


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