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trainer posted 02-25-2002 11:50 PM ET (US)   Profile for trainer   Send Email to trainer  
I remember a post from a year or so ago that talked about where to get new decals for the sides of a Whaler (89 15 sport). I am having a new gel coat layer sprayed on and need new decals. Any suggestions? Also is there a clear coat over them?

Sue at Twin Cities Marine has been a joy to work with in getting new parts such as a rub rail.

browning20ga posted 02-25-2002 11:57 PM ET (US)     Profile for browning20ga  Send Email to browning20ga     
Check ebay, search on Boston Whaler, there are usually several auctions for decals going on there. I don't know what the quality is but it's worth a look.
Darrell
dvhartley1 posted 02-26-2002 08:53 AM ET (US)     Profile for dvhartley1  Send Email to dvhartley1     
This isn't going to be much help, but it might jog someones memory. I think the place is a print shop in Sanford, Florida. I can't find it in the archives.
dvhartley1 posted 02-26-2002 09:04 AM ET (US)     Profile for dvhartley1  Send Email to dvhartley1     
Well I had the Florida part right.

Here it is. I think they go for about $25.00. Magic Brush in Deland, FL.

Magic Brush
1190 Jackson Ranch Rd
De Land, FL 32724-7900
Phone: (386)736-1142

BOB KEMMLER JR posted 02-26-2002 11:47 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
I just got some for my rage(the old ones wrinkled due to gas spillage)i put 2001 13ft logo decals on it,they are a 3-d type graphic.They were $23.00 each and look awesome,if you like the modern look.
BOB KEMMLER JR posted 02-26-2002 11:49 AM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
Oh yeah i got them at the whaler dealer.
bambam posted 02-26-2002 01:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for bambam  Send Email to bambam     
youre lucky you dont live in hawaii i checked our local BW dealer about 6 months ago and it was almost a hundred bucks for two!
Bigshot posted 02-26-2002 02:39 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
I bought a set of Montauk size decals for my 13 on E-Bay for $16 delivered. They seem nice but if it was my boat that I just put a new gel on and was gonna keep her a while....go with draftmanswife @ magic brush. They are authorized Whaler decal people and will guarantee their work.
Chesapeake posted 02-26-2002 07:11 PM ET (US)     Profile for Chesapeake  Send Email to Chesapeake     
BS: Will Janis also do custom work? I have got "Chesapeake" painted on the side of my Nauset. It is about 4ft wide by 8" high. The paint is chipping and I cannot seem to find the specific color of Pettit paints any longer. I thought of having the whole thing re-done as a decal. Can Janis do? Would this be a recommended way to go about this?

Bob

John from Madison CT posted 02-26-2002 08:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for John from Madison CT  Send Email to John from Madison CT     
Got mine from my local Whaler dealer. The price was actually somewhat cheaper than the price on Ebay.

Mine were the larger ~24" long ones.

John

Dick posted 02-26-2002 09:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for Dick  Send Email to Dick     
I bought a set at my local dealer a few months ago. They were the smaller ones for the 13', for my rear window in the truck. Can't remember the exact price but it was under $15.00 for the pair. These were original Whaler from their parts department, I had ordered them when I was still parts mgr there.
No pattern to their parts prices, some are so cheap you can't believe it and from there we goes to the moon.
I know that volume has a lot to do with it but I can remember times calling the parts department and aking a price on a part, the quote was ridiculous the Whaler guy would re-check his computer and say "We are paying $xxx for it" After hearing their cost and adding the normal mfg to dealer mark up the price was fair, but way overpriced to the mfg.
Bigshot posted 02-27-2002 01:38 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
I assume she can. To remove the old name, use EZ-Off oven cleaner but original scent. The lemon scent is a "lemon". I had mirage on the side of my Scarab. It was big and in good shape but Baby blue. I used EZ-off and then had it reairbrushed for $175. Looked SWEET!
mbking1 posted 03-09-2002 09:41 PM ET (US)     Profile for mbking1  Send Email to mbking1     
I just had some decals made and installed by Janis of Magicbrush on my Montauk. Excellent work and very fair price. I am a very happy customer!!
Jim Bennett posted 03-09-2002 09:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for Jim Bennett  Send Email to Jim Bennett     
Just bought a set 3" high x 18 ' long at Gulfwind Marine in Clearwater,FL for $10.36 incl tax
Jim Bennett posted 03-09-2002 09:50 PM ET (US)     Profile for Jim Bennett  Send Email to Jim Bennett     
Needed those decals for a REALLLY long Whaler!!!! Actually 18" long
Draftmanswife posted 03-10-2002 08:16 PM ET (US)     Profile for Draftmanswife  Send Email to Draftmanswife     
Thanks fella's:) To remove old vinyl graphics, try not to use the easy off. Try a little bottle called "goo-gone". If graphics are painted, use the easy off, but be sure to flush it real good. After time, I have experienced "spidering" of gel-coat on older models, after using this method. Best thing is to get some 800g sand paper and "wet-sand", then buff. Any chemicals added to any surface will show ware after a period of time. Anyway, I got the decals your looking for Jim, give a call...386-736-1142
Regards,
Janis:)

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