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mwpayne1


Redlining
Posts: 239
posted July 10, 2006 05:13 PM

Sounds great Brad! Juan doesn't answer my emails, so I look forward to doing business with you. I already have the tailgate lettering in white, so I just need the striping for now.
'Preciate the efforts!

       
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RotaryRob


Revvin Up
Posts: 53
posted July 12, 2006 06:08 AM

Still need tailgate lettering

Brad,

Sorry I've been slow getting back..... Changed jobs and living locations. I still need tailgate lettering. What is current price and delivery and payment method? Standard white with black trim is fine.

Thanks,

Rob

       
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absolut


1st Gear
Posts: 37
posted July 12, 2006 02:41 PM

Finally got it setup!

1 set of complete tailgate lettering. The "Rotary Power" is white with black outline, cost = $31.00 and the "Mazda" logo gray letters with a black background is $20.00
That is the colors their setup however if anyone wants custom colors I can do that to no extra charge. I can take V / MC / AMEX and ship anywhere in the US for $8.00. If you want them email me @ bradc@prismvinyl.com or call me at 1-800-482-1801
Thanks,

Brad C.

       
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mwpayne1


Redlining
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posted July 26, 2006 06:04 PM

Brad, how's it going on the striping kit?

       
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mwpayne1


Redlining
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posted August 17, 2006 04:53 PM

Ok, bodywork is near completion, gonna need some striping!

       
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jfaplanet


Redlining
Posts: 356
posted August 19, 2006 09:05 PM

Rotary Power

Brad, Need 2 sets of the tailgate "Rotary Power" in blue, with black outline. Whats the cost and timeline. Thanks, Charles
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absolut


1st Gear
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posted August 21, 2006 02:34 PM

$31.00 for the "ROTARY POWER"
$20.00 for the "MAZDA"
and $8.00 for shipping
The price is for any color of each of them.
email me at bradc@prismvinyl.com or call me @ 1-800-482-1801.It will take me 2-3 days to make and ship them.
I can take V/MC/AMEX.

Mike,

I'm working on the stripe, I'll get back to you soon.

Brad Cole

       
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mwpayne1


Redlining
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posted August 21, 2006 05:34 PM

Thanks Brad. Just let me know when finished.

       
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted August 29, 2006 11:44 AM

any chance to get MAZDA stickers for the mudflaps?

like the ones below? I want to make some bigger mudflaps to accomodate my wider tires.


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absolut


1st Gear
Posts: 37
posted August 30, 2006 12:34 PM

We can try!

However I'm not for sure that my vinyl will stick to the rubber mud flap material. I think the letters that are on there are a paint or silk screen.
If you want to try my stuff I'll charge you $10.00/ech + shipping.
Let me know what you'd like to do.

Brad C

       
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Tom93R1


Redlining
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posted September 07, 2006 12:51 AM

quote:
$31.00 for the "ROTARY POWER"
$20.00 for the "MAZDA"
and $8.00 for shipping
The price is for any color of each of them.
email me at bradc@prismvinyl.com or call me @ 1-800-482-1801.It will take me 2-3 days to make and ship them.
I can take V/MC/AMEX.




I suddenly got the urge to do some paint on my REPU before sevenstock so I will be calling you in the next couple days or over the weekend.
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted September 07, 2006 07:56 PM

Way Cool!!!!

I'm in for 4 of them. That way I'll have a backup set just in case.

Any hints on how to prep the rubber mud flap appreciated.

Do you have the font and dimensions Brad?




quote:
However I'm not for sure that my vinyl will stick to the rubber mud flap material. I think the letters that are on there are a paint or silk screen.
If you want to try my stuff I'll charge you $10.00/ech + shipping.
Let me know what you'd like to do.

Brad C



       
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tom93r1


Redlining
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posted September 08, 2006 10:51 AM

For mud flaps I wonder if riveting or gluing (gorilla glue?) a piece of black plastic and adhering the stickers to that would be better? I cant imagine vinyl stickers on rubber mud flaps being very permanent if for no other reason than the flexing of the flap.
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klaus42


Rotorhead
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posted September 09, 2006 10:12 AM

Rubber flexes; so does Vinyl...

...perhaps it comes down to the bond between them?

I dunno, but I'd scrub, degrease, rinse, rinse, rinse, and dry carefully... then apply with 'whatever' (?) is the state-of-the-art flexible, clear bond between 'rubber' (are they really, actually rubber?), and vinyl.

       
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absolut


1st Gear
Posts: 37
posted September 11, 2006 11:33 AM

You are Correct!!!

In that the vinyl will infact flex with the substrate it's applied to. However it all depends on the chemical makeup of the rubber. In my experience some rubbers have more oil in them and tend to not work as well as others. You are correct in theat clening them again and agin is the best thing to do, I would use acetone or denatured alcohol. If anything is going to help, that will.
I do have the artwork however I need a size. Can't find that you gave me that already.
Thanks,

Brad C

       
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klaus42


Rotorhead
Posts: 1877
posted September 11, 2006 12:00 PM

I'd also wonder...

...about drying out the old mudflap material 'too' much. ?

I have a friend well versed in silkscreening flatware (not T-shirts!) the old-fashioned way (not digitally); I *could* ask him about the possibilities of successfully re-screening the logo...

       
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted September 14, 2006 11:08 AM

size for mudflap logo

hey brad, i'll be back in town friday nite and can post measurements this weekend.

i'll be cutting new mudflaps from new material so cleaning will be much easier.
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Brad


Rotorhead
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posted September 21, 2006 08:20 AM

size of mudflap vinyl

quote:

I do have the artwork however I need a size. Can't find that you gave me that already.
Brad C


Just measured it to be 148mm wide x 37.75mm tall.
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absolut


1st Gear
Posts: 37
posted September 25, 2006 01:33 PM

Brad, I have it setup in the Gallery "Brad C".
It shows what the logo looks like and size. Let me know if you want them. $10.00/ech + Shipping.
You can call or email me with cc info if your interested.
Thanks,
Brad C

       
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mwpayne1


Redlining
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posted September 27, 2006 07:32 PM

Brad

Any news on my striping??

       
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