Gilberto
Hi All 
Newbie here should i remove the decals or leave them on I think it would look more Retro with them Off ?
What do you all Think? 
Gilberto 
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mkevenson
Gilberto, I took the small ones off, kept the logo and model #. When I see another trailer on the road I like to be able to identify. Trying to do the same for others looking at mine.
Mark
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fireblot
It took me 4 beers and two hours to get all the warning stickers off.... 
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Gilberto
LOL I am taking pictures of the warning stickers an off they go 
Did you use a heat gun??
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Dukeydrea
How did you get the stickers off? Looking to do the same
Andrea
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mkevenson
Use a hair dryer. They will come off. They also will leave a ghost image which can be taken off with adhesive remover.
Mark
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Gilberto
Thanks
Does it also require four Beers??
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mkevenson
Depends on how hot it is outside when you do it. So , do it before it gets much hotter and the sooner from when they were put on to later is good.
Mark
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Tim S
Gilberto, Mark and all,
I have a late 2015 (March) 166 model, pre- SE paint scheme, wood  paneling, color matched wheels, so basically the original Retro style. I took the "retro" stickers off when they started to peel (except the one on the front rock guard), but left the "White Water" and RiversideRVs.com stickers on the back. I like the look better without the Retro logos, and if not for the modern radiused, black framed windows, it would be indistinguishable from a real vintage trailer. This is just my opinion, and I actually do like all three generations of the retro logos. BTW, the ghosting will eventually fade on its own.
Tim
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patelis
I have a 2017 and in January (in Florida, temps about 60), I used a hair dryer and the decals came right off. I then took off most of the informational labels (except the tire pressure one), no problem. There is no residue that others mention above. I think the camper looks much better. I'm now going to paint the white cargo doors that, in my opinion, ruin the seaform green color. Also, considering a 2nd color band above the green.
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