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post #16 of 68 Old 12-26-2012, 08:12 AM
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Let me look and see if the '72 grille I have still has the sticker on it. I'm actually not sure if I still have the grille, but I think I do.

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post #17 of 68 Old 12-26-2012, 06:12 PM Thread Starter
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Let me look and see if the '72 grille I have still has the sticker on it. I'm actually not sure if I still have the grille, but I think I do.
That would be extremely helpfully.

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post #18 of 68 Old 12-26-2012, 06:15 PM Thread Starter
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If anyone else wants to post up an emissions decal, or other engin bay decal. I'll start organizing them, and update the 1st post.

Try to include your model, and build date with what you post.

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post #19 of 68 Old 12-27-2012, 11:10 AM
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The bottom decal is off my '85 CJ-7 and I called the same "Ted" and the price magically went up to $175 per decal (Emissions and Certification) and $50 for each additional copy.

We need to find someone else who can make these for us that won't charge an arm, leg, and third born.

The thing to do would be to get a volume order up. Similar to what Joe West did getting the Warn SE 8274 "Jeep" marked winch stickers. Of course, there is risk involved for whoever plops down the initial payment, but I have two 85 CJ7's and an 85 Scrambler, so when something like this comes along my general rule of thumb is to get one to use, and a spare for each vehicle. Of course, doing that depends on cost......

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That would be extremely helpfully.
I took a look at the one I have is about 40% legible. Probably not much of a help.
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post #21 of 68 Old 12-28-2012, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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I took a look at the one I have is about 40% legible. Probably not much of a help.
40% may have the 20% I can't work out from mine. Would you mind posting, just in case?

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post #22 of 68 Old 12-28-2012, 07:54 AM
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I'll shoot a photo of it today. I took another look at what you have already and mine definitely has some of the parts you're missing.
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I'll shoot a photo of it today. I took another look at what you have already and mine definitely has some of the parts you're missing.
Thanks CSP.

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Sorry, got distracted with work all weekend and didn't get a chance to take a picture. I will get one though and post it to this thread. Working 28 hours over a weekend tends to make you forget things like this.
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Sorry, got distracted with work all weekend and didn't get a chance to take a picture. I will get one though and post it to this thread. Working 28 hours over a weekend tends to make you forget things like this.
You've been a little busy at work - 20 some hours over a weekend.

If you get a moment, would you mind taking a snapshot of your emissions sticker and posting?

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Finally getting a break from the office.
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post #27 of 68 Old 01-11-2013, 10:40 AM
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Looking at Ted Hague & Bear Creek, $75.00 & or $175.00 seems like a lotta cash for a sticker. Nice to see Collins Bro's was only $20.00

Here's a scan of my 1984 emissions decal in 300 dpi gray scale. I put up some 720's in black / white & gs in the same folder.
I took a few secs to play w cleaning it up, but my editing software is not the best.
Is someone interested in recreating these if the database gets big enough ?

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post #28 of 68 Old 01-11-2013, 03:31 PM
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I think this the vacumn routing for 84-85 for the decal above
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Looking at the picture I took this morning now I'm wanting to try to remove the overspray that's on it without harming the decal. I probably wont' touch it for a while. It started snowing like a mad-man about two hours after I took the earlier picture and it's still snowing.
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Looking at the picture I took this morning now I'm wanting to try to remove the overspray that's on it without harming the decal. I probably wont' touch it for a while. It started snowing like a mad-man about two hours after I took the earlier picture and it's still snowing.
Here that on the snow and cold front.Hi 20's in Phoenix and no rain but you got to be gettin hammered

You gonna use a heat gun to soften or something else to remove the overspray.Got one i want to do but don't want to damage it.

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