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    Registration Number Signs

    GilmonGilmon USAMember Posts: 11
    Since my new Sweetwater Sunrise 186C was in the water when my PA State Registration numbers were received, I needed an easy way to apply them. I had two .20 plastic signs made up and covered with tan vinyl to color key into my boat colors. Blue lettering was used to match boat cover and bimini. They were easy to apply and I am pleased with the results. 3M VHB tape was used to adhere the signs to my boat. 
    I had these signs made up by FASTSIGNS, an east coast sign shop. Very reasonable pricing and perfect result. 
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