Where can I get the correct decals for my tractor and how will I find out how to place them correctly??
As you may or may not already know, John Deere had changed the design and
placement of the silk screening and the decals on the tractors MANY times over the years. If you already
HAVE the decals and there are no instructions for placement, then it's probably
because you have "generic" decals. Instructions for proper placement
may not be of any help, because you might not have the proper decals for
that model and year anyway.
Travis Jorde and Kent Kastor have researched the decals for YEARS, and they are licensed by John Deere. When you buy the decals from THEM, they COME with placement instructions.
Be sure to give them the serial number of your tractor and they will fix you up with a set of decals that exactly matches what was on your tractor when it was new. Are they expensive?? Well... you might THINK so; but after all that work you did restoring that tractor and putting on that beautiful paint job, do you want to spoil it with the wrong decals?? Hmmmmm, not that expensive AFTER all, are they??
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