Whelen 295HSF6 Legends

wolfman

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May 21, 2010
466
Scranton, PA
They are held on by sticky backing. Use a small flathead screwdriver or edge of a razor blade and pry the sticker out from one of the edges. You might need to use some sticker remover on the switch afterwards to get rid of the leftover adhesive before putting a new one on.


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CenTexPSE

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May 21, 2010
789
Covington, TX
But once you pull the one off, its not good right? We will have to get a new one made somewhere?
 

wolfman

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May 21, 2010
466
Scranton, PA
CenTexPSE said:
But once you pull the one off, its not good right? We will have to get a new one made somewhere?

You can probably use Scotch clear double-stick tape on the back (they sell it in a standard tape dispenser, yellow in color) or use a little clear glue on it to reuse. I might have some legends lying around... anything you are looking for in particular?


wolfman
 

CenTexPSE

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May 21, 2010
789
Covington, TX
Looking for it in this order:


Upper Flash, Lower Flash, Takedown, Left Alley, Right Alley
 

wolfman

Member
May 21, 2010
466
Scranton, PA
CenTexPSE said:
Looking for it in this order:

Upper Flash, Lower Flash, Takedown, Left Alley, Right Alley

They didn't have upper and lower flash as legends in the pack. I do have the following legends available though:


TAKEDOWN


ALLEY LIGHTS


L SIDE LIGHT


R SIDE LIGHT


FRONT FLASH


FRONT STROBE


REAR FLASH


REAR DECK


REAR STROBE


Let me know if any of those could help.


wolfman
 

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