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    92 3288 Motoryacht Decals and striping-gctid823157

    I found some posts on decals from 2011. Anyone know where to get decals now?

    #2
    I just removed all of the striping from my boat. I used to like the accent but in short order the sun would fade it, the water would streak it and it looked dodgy. She looks clean now!
    Jim Gandee
    1989 3888
    Hino 175's
    Fire Escape
    [email protected]
    Alamitos Bay, SoCal

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      #3
      I found these guys and am trying to find out if they have a 3818. If not, I may start calling it a 3888.

      http://www.vinylapproach.com/replacementboatlogos.htm
      P/C Pete
      Edmonds Yacht Club (Commodore 1993)
      1988 3818 "GLAUBEN”
      Hino EH700 175 Onan MDKD Genset
      MMSI 367770440

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        #4
        "Jim Gandee" post=823208 wrote:
        I just removed all of the striping from my boat. I used to like the accent but in short order the sun would fade it, the water would streak it and it looked dodgy. She looks clean now!
        Same here, but not the painted one on the bottom. How did you remove that, assuming you had this kind of stripe.

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          #5
          I was going to replace my OEM Bayliner decals as they were looking kind of "worn" after removing them, compounding, polishing and waxing to remove the "shadows" I just couldn't bring myself to put the decals back on as I really like the "clean" "naked" look. I have had many compliments on the boat without the decals...









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            #6
            A few years ago, I bought my 3288 decals from this guy. They matched perfectly. Try to email him:

            [email protected]
            NILE
            1989 3288MY 305's US Marine
            Fort Lauderdale Florida

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              #7
              I am with Jim Gandee - removed mine with intent to replace but left it clean as I think it looks better.

              I removed the bottom (wide) strip with a heat gun and razor blade scraper. Took quite a while but came off. Be careful not to overheat.
              '90 3288 Gas
              Sacramento Delta, California.

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                #8
                "SouthernCross" post=823721 wrote:
                I am with Jim Gandee - removed mine with intent to replace but left it clean as I think it looks better.

                I removed the bottom (wide) strip with a heat gun and razor blade scraper. Took quite a while but came off. Be careful not to overheat.
                Hmmm sounds like labor i may try the stripper route. Paint stripper that is. If I go the other way they charge too much.

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                  #9
                  I removed previous boat name decals and factory decals from my 3288 with a "decal erasers" on a cordless drill. I too am pretty happy with the clean look of no faded decals. My 2 cents worth. Dave

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                    #10
                    Robmiik, I like the look of yours without the decals. I've never had any particular desire to advertise someone's product. A subtle branding is okay, but that was, imo, more like a billboard.

                    I am in the process of replacing my stripes but not with anything overbearing. Half of the fun is in the designing.
                    P/C Pete
                    Edmonds Yacht Club (Commodore 1993)
                    1988 3818 "GLAUBEN”
                    Hino EH700 175 Onan MDKD Genset
                    MMSI 367770440

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                      #11
                      "Corvus" post=823758 wrote:
                      I removed previous boat name decals and factory decals from my 3288 with a "decal erasers" on a cordless drill. I too am pretty happy with the clean look of no faded decals. My 2 cents worth. Dave
                      Those worked beautifully for me, only issue is the big painted on stripe. I'll try the paint remover this weekend.

                      By the way, there are off brand eraser wheels that are a fraction of the cost of the 3m ones, work the same.

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