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As i finish up on the 920 im building i need some decals for it. But 920 decals are harder to come by than others. Was wondering if any body new of any after market company that makes them for 920's Thanks

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dieselman I’m having some made for my 9020. They won’t be exact like OEM but I couldn’t find any real good pictures to go by. The guy is trying to find a close color. He emailed what he came up with and I thought they looked good. I didn’t think the price was bad either. I told him that there are other people having a hard time finding them. So if you can’t find any decals let me know and I’ll give you his email address. The closer to OEM you want them have good pictures of what you want.

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