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Where can I get Lund Boat Decals

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Just like the title says, repainting our boat, it's a lund 1700 prosport adventure. Price not too much of an issue, as long as i can get the right ones. Anyone got any leads?

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Take a picture of the boat to your local sign/decal guy and he should be able to whip them up in any color you want.

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Very expensive, I just had my 2010 explore repainted and re stickerd $1400 just for the sticker kit, to say the least I SH@* my self when I heard that.

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Very expensive, I just had my 2010 explore repainted and re stickerd $1400 just for the sticker kit, to say the least I SH@* my self when I heard that.

Wow, that's nuts, I was thinking more like 2-300 bucks, and why are you repainting a 2010? if you dont mind me asking.

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My buddy had new decals made for his Warrior by a friend of mine that has a sign/lettering business. I can get you his phone # if you are interested. He is up here in EGF.

Tully

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I know the Crestliner decals are around $100 for the stickers on the Sportfish models. I called Crestliner directly and thats what they told me.

I would call Lund.

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My buddy had new decals made for his Warrior by a friend of mine that has a sign/lettering business. I can get you his phone # if you are interested. He is up here in EGF.

Tully

Does he ship?

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Originally Posted By: GRAND DAD
Very expensive, I just had my 2010 explore repainted and re stickerd $1400 just for the sticker kit, to say the least I SH@* my self when I heard that.

Wow, that's nuts, I was thinking more like 2-300 bucks, and why are you repainting a 2010? if you dont mind me asking.

Because it was my first year with the boat that big and I didn't know how to drive it. Lot bigger boat then what I was use to handling. it got a lot of scratchs. But its all good now. just took some practice.

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I think the 2010 is the size, not the year ac777.

I will give my buddy a call and see if he ships.

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Out of curiosity I called Nelson Marine and they said the complete kit for a 2003 1700 Pro Sport would be around $500-600. You might have to put on a newer kit than what you had before depending on what year boat you have. The main decal was about $400, the rest were around $20 but you needed multiple different ones.

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I agree on the take a pic and call your local sign/graphics person in your area and have them give you a price.......I had my local sign guy whip up some boat numbers after I painted my boat and they ran like 20 bucks but they look alot better then buying some block letters in the store and applying them.....

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A local sign/graphics person might be able to do it but there might be copy right infringement in them doing so. Something to check out before going that route.

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Tully yes 2010 is the size but the boat is a 08. bought it brand new. And had it done this spring

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I think the 2010 is the size, not the year ac777.

I will give my buddy a call and see if he ships.

Ok Duh, I should have thought of that, are 2010 Lunds even out yet?

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Out of curiosity I called Nelson Marine and they said the complete kit for a 2003 1700 Pro Sport would be around $500-600. You might have to put on a newer kit than what you had before depending on what year boat you have. The main decal was about $400, the rest were around $20 but you needed multiple different ones.

Ok this would be for a 99, but shouldn't be much different though.

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Not sure you will be able to find the older ones very easily, but why not upgrade to the newer style anyways of your going to do it.

I know when I asked crestliner for the ones for my boat, I would have had to upgrade to a little newer style as I don't think stocked the 2002 anymore if I remember correctly.

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Definitly contact a sign/graphics guy. smile

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Hey DonBo! That sounds like a job that's right up your alley!!! gringrinwink Phred52

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Hey DonBo! That sounds like a job that's right up your alley!!! gringrinwink Phred52

Yep Were in contact

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I know there is a Graphics place called south side graphics, he does alot of boat stuff, I had him do some Lund ones and they looked great, he also did a friend of mines Blue Fin

we got Reg #s from him too and for a set it was about $10 I think and he really worked with us on the styles

here is his number 763-390-2987 he was just north of the cities just past rogers

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