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Old 05-18-2012, 10:49 PM
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Boat: 1999 mastercraft sportstar 19
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The decals are the domed drip molded type (raised). They were not bad at all to apply. The decal sets came all spaced and backed. At the time, i purchased the 2 MASTERCRAFT decals for the sides, the2 PROSTAR 190 decals on the side, and the MASTERCRAFT RECORD TOWBOAT on the back from my dealer for a total of about $280 in 2006. I also put on matching drip molded registration numbers for the front. It just took a lot of patience and a keen eye ball; as you cant just measure and mark as the surface is rounded and difficult to get a precise measurement. Like I said, i used 3m rubbing compound with a rotary buffer. Rotarys take some practice, but at least fiberglass is much more forgiving then auto paint.
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1999 sportstar 19, vortec TBI 310hp, acme 541 prop, 2006 prostar decals, alpine ida-x100m stereo, clarion speakers, kicker sub, and a JL XD600/6 amp.
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