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Old 05-30-2014, 05:43 PM   #1
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Is there a way to remove the graphics from my Rialta without damage to the paint? One stripe is crackled badly. I would just as soon remove them all and start over with new ones or paint them on.

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Old 05-31-2014, 11:51 AM   #2
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Some members have used a hair dryer and plastic scrapper to remove the graphics. To remove the glue left behind, try Goop off or some other type of remover. There are no new graphics being sold for the factory Rialta style. Your best bet would to be to have a style painted on

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mloganusda said:Some members have used a hair dryer and plastic scrapper to remove the graphics. To remove the glue left behind, try Goop off or some other type of remover. There are no new graphics being sold for the factory Rialta style. Your best bet would to be to have a style painted on

Hmmm. I have bad graphics on the front fenders but the hood one was replaced last year by the person I bought the 03-04 from. Maybe they are still available. I'd like to replace the fender graphics.

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You may be able to find the "Rialta" decal, but the stripes are pretty much gone. If there are any, about the only source is http://www.winnebagoparts.com/  They bought all the spare parts when the Rialta was discontinued.



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Try WD40, Do NOT scrape with any thing harder than your finger nail. I have had exclent luck with OLD (10+Yrs) decals both on painted and glass surface. Then use soap to rmove the WD40. Go slow its NOT a 10 minutejob. Depending on size might take hours.

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