Discussion in 'Stove Decals' started by Spiritburner, Jul 21, 2010.
where can i get transfers for a coleman 502 ?
any ideas would be welcome.
Are you talking about the Coleman decal or the instructions decal?
You can find both the Coleman decal and instruction decal on this site You can order from outside the USA by email and then via paypal.
The instructions Link
and Coleman decal: Link
There are a few sellers on ebay that have decals too.
Another great source is this Site This instruction decal looks to be the best one I have seen.
i want both.
how it would look if it was the same red as a 200a
nice i recon.
i can get the parts that are rusty replated.
just got to get the burner of it
Does anyone have clean artwork for the decals on the new model Turm Sport? Thanks.
Fair warning, the decals are NOT water slide transfers, they are printed on self-adhesive plastic.
Put one on my MILSPEC 502 and found out when I sprayed the matte clearcoat over it, there went the printing!!!
I could be doing with a RM logo, even a good photo of one would be helpful.
There is a small RM logo earlier in this thread posted by Ian.
Just spied it, a bit too small to use I fear.
Odd thing happened when I was cleaning up the 320, lacquer lifted off almost in a single sheet, taking the tank decal with it.
I've been working on a reproduction image for my 8R Shinabro/Phoenix clone.
Please compare to known good examples and give feedback. Thanks. Andy.
Looking for the Enders 9060N red an blue on white cover decal.
Would anybody have a Coleman Canada logo for a 411 stove. I am currently in the process of repainting one.
Faced with a hideously rusted Monitor 17b tin, I would like to try making a waterslide decal for the top; There are some 'almost' candidates in the gallery, but nothing high resolution. I'm thinking of extracting just the red and black, and painting the lid yellow.
Would someone with a good clean lid be kind enough to post a high resolution image of a glare-free photo of the tin lid? Mr Spiritburner?
What stove goes with that tin?