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Decals for AC-718

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Karl_Brandt
Are the decals on the hood of a AC-718 still available
from Agco Allis or Simplicity. And the brake band too.
How much would they cost ? MFG. no. of the tractor is 1690367.
thanks for your help karl brandt

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Fred
The decals for any of the older units usually can be made at any sign shop with vinyl cut letters and backrounds. My sign lady locally here made me a set for my 920AC Diesel and they looked better than the fact. ones. Cost was $45 for both big hood decals and the 2 smaller '920' logos. and she applied them after painting was done to hood!HOWEVER they need a good picture or actual decal to copy/scan into the computer so you really have to have a good one to begin with! Good Luck! dlc

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Fred
Karl, I did the same as dlc. I checked all over for decals for a AC 716. None to be found. But I had a very good 712. I took pictures of the decals and gave the exact dimensions. The local vinyl sign shop produced excellent vinyl decals. Cost for both left and right hood was $11.
Good Luck. MS

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tej
Karl,

Check in the "Parts" section of the web site. Listed there are several people who manufacture and sell labels. I've personally seen Bob Winter's operation, and he does a great job. He has many of the label templates already, but in some cases he may need the original to copy from.

Greg

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