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    Smile My Travel Trailer...am I a hunter or what?

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ID:	2525Recently bought a new Denali Travel trailer. My wife said the back of it is pretty plain, lets find something to add the back of the trailer so it is more interesting. She really didn't expect this, but I love it!
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    That's awesome!! I love it!

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    That's awesome.

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    Very nice add. It's not pretty plain anymore.

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    I know some of you will probably want to know how I did it. Searched internet and found a company in Phoenix that does a lot of NASCAR cars and stuff. They sent me to a site that has lots of photos that can be used for a small fee. They made a large vinyl decal and sent it to me with complete instructions on how to apply. Came out pretty good, hardest part (and most time consuming) was the layout on the trailer.

    Total cost was only about $200.00!
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    Very cool!

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    Real cool!

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    Thats cool!
    Aim small, Miss small.

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    Excellent CC!

    And at a great price ...

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    Only thing better is if you had that thing strapped to the back of your rig.

 

 

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