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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-30-2001, 09:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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SWB sticker angle...?

I got a few of the stickers from Jay, but I put them on straight up and down. In every ad I've seen, they're tilted to the left.
Did I put mine on wrong? Is this a way to sell more decals??? :-)

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

hey bill.. i was one of the first to get the stickers... and one of the first to put them on..
well.. unknown to me.. i put mine on straight like you did.. oh god.. was this wrong... the dorks after me.. said it must be at an angle..
well.. what i have to say is..
thats because they are trying to get at an angle.. i dont have to try.. im always there..so i can get away with a straight sticker.. only unjeepin dorks put them on slanted.. cause they cant get it up any other way.. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

Dont worry Bill, the angle is supposed to represent the off camber nature of 4 wheelin, but we will still know you are part of the BBS when spotted on the trail. If you ever need to replace it just angle it next time.
As far as Jeepgod's sticker, well,.. his, is on straight to represent the level nature of beeing continualy on Jackstands. Hehehe

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Oooooooh, H8 shoots and he SCORES! [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

H8 thats a good one.

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

my stickers are straight and slanted.... straight on the ford, slanted on the tj,, and i have had them as long as any. i have not put one on the other jeep...not till i go to tellico next..

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

What's the big deal? Just let all the air out the tires on the passenger side. Wha-la, slanted sticker.

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Re: SWB sticker angle...?

man what a rip off i got my stickers a while back and didnt get any directions on the slant.... can i order more and do i have to use an angle finder if so what ange shouls i run? should i just build the area up with bondo at the top to simulate an uphill climb or should i just mount it upside down so all of you who see me on the trail can read it?since thats how i seem to spend more time? need some help i can feel my cool factor dwindiling... oh i just painted my bumpers nerfbars and custom fender guards i made like the one in 4wor's tj john deere green and my girlfriend said it looked like a christmas tree (my yj is red) so i painted some jd green flames on the nose and tipped them in jd yellow, man it looks sweet maybe next she'll tell me my boggers look small he he

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