Vinyl stick on whitewalls and more

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Some of you may have seen these and some may have not, I've been making them since last December and finally got a website up. check it out at www.vinylnationdecals.com

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Wow ..

I feel honored to have my Eddie Munster's Hearse and 53 Ford on your Gallery page.

Thanks Darrell

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Wow ..

I feel honored to have my Eddie Munster's Hearse and 53 Ford on your Gallery page.

Thanks Darrell

Not a problem! You were one of the first people to order from me, so I'm more than happy to have your builds posted up. If you want me to add anything more to the descriptions of your pics, Id be glad to.

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Site back up and going!

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My '50 Olds proudly wears Darrell's pinner white wall vinyl decals.

Awesome aftermarket product.

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'59 Ford Wagon aka Road Trip wears a set.

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Joker

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Hey Darrell.. I bought a bunch of these from you but man I have ruined most of them trying to getthem on... do you have any tips on getting these on to where the circle is a circle?...

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Dan..my tip is to wet the tire with water..(creates a water film)

position the vinyl on the tire and then press the decal down with your finger ..

the water will squeeze out and the decal will stick... blot dry the excess water.

The water prevents the decal from sticking till you press it down.

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Thanks James but his are vinyl not decal material... I still had problems with the redline decals from the Revell Charger... Wasted a complete set of them before I gave up...

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I just pick them up with the tip of an xacto knife blade and line them up, then press the opposite end of where the blade is and press the decal onto the tire and go around it, it should fall right into place and retain its shape. Most of the decals I have are for tires that have some kind of raised area that you can use as a guide for the decal.

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Darrell , I've ordered a few sets and I love them ! Much better than water slide decals !

I also use the tip of an xacto knife and they go on fairly easy . Next time I'll try James' idea too .

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New deals up at www.vinylnationdecals.com

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Thanksgiving sale! 1/2 off of single sets of White/red/blue/goldlines and whitewalls from now until 11/30/13 at www.vinylnationdecals.com! Check it out!

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