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Old 11-20-2008
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Decal Measurement Help

The last set of decals I had made were crap, so I'm having another company make some for me.

Could someone (if you have the time) measure their FX4 Offroad decals. I measured the last set but wanted to double check with some factory ones.

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A. Length of decal
B. Height of decal
C. Distance from front of decal to tail light
D. Distance from bottom of decal to center of body line

As I typed this I realized I could probably just go to the dealership and measure but decided to post incase dealership didn't have any FX4s.
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Are you looking to get the FX a different color? I had overlays made just for the FX and it looks good, you can tell unless you feel it with your finger nail, and that way you can change colors.
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Changing the FX color is the end goal but the originals are already distroyed from getting truck painted.
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I have the "4x4 offroad" other wise i would tell ya...

you a Drafts man?
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you a Drafts man?
You noticed that too? Maybe he just enjoys using baseline dimensioning.

What color are you making them?
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I just enjoy using baseline dimensioning.

Had to take a drafting course in university and guess it stuck. Alot easier than saying how long and how wide. You never know where they measured from.
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I just enjoy using baseline dimensioning.

Had to take a drafting course in university and guess it stuck. Alot easier than saying how long and how wide. You never know where they measured from.
lol ok i have a Automotive design degree so ya i noticed that right off lol... your speaking my language
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Ok.
A: 13"
B: 3 5/16"
C: 16 3/4
D: 6"
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Ok.
A: 13"
B: 3 5/16"
C: 16 3/4
D: 6"

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