does anyone have any experience putting these on if his back hurts too much
sometimes they don't stay on very well. Have your surface dry and cool. Do
measurements before you stick your first piece. Unpeel backing slowly, and
don't get big areas unpeeled, but applying as you go. Use a credit card, or
silicone decal squeegee to press it on. Do it slowly so as not to get
bubbles. Work out bubbles rather than piercing them. It's easy once you do
a dozen of them. Just common sense procedures, and as you are doing, try to
get a good idea before you even take it out of the box.
Good luck. Let us know how it goes. They do look cool, but even the
factory applied best ones sooner or later peel. I live in the desert
southwest, and cars here get HOT!
Steve Ram 2500 '06
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I would agree with you that it makes Spock look stupid to post such an
asinine adolescent comment. We are all grown adults here, well, most,
anyway, and will buy any damn thing we like. We do this every time we buy
anything with a logo on it from Carhart's to Edelbrock valve covers to
Budweiser hats. What's the problem with buying what one likes?
Nothing. And if someone has a comment about something I buy that I display
and wear, and they don't like it, all they have to do is come up to me, tell
me, and we will discuss it like gentlemen. But that would be foreign to you
two, wouldn't it?
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