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Old 07-08-2010, 11:09 AM
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Hi everybody. Just came across this forum, thought it would be good to share experiences with fellow keystone owners.

We bought a 2008 315RL F.W., really like the trailer, have had good experiences with Keystone thus far, problem is a number of our decals are curling up and actually tearing. Front decal and some of the side decals.

Told by Keystone to contact the decal manufacturer (Burlington) about getting replacement decals. (and to try to get them replaced under warranty). Trailer now off warranty, and the dealer we bought from went out of business this year. Keystone says the installation of the decals are on our own account.

Wonder if anyone else has had this type of issue? Would appreciate any input folks may have.
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Old 07-08-2010, 11:59 AM
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Bob and Joyce: First, welcome to the Forum! Second, there are members who have similar problems to yours regarding the decals. In some cases, they have peeled off prior to the expiration of the warranty and in others, like yours, after it is off warranty. Some have found replacement decals from Keystone or their supplier only to find that they have again peeled. Not sure about what others have done. If you do a search of this forum for "decals" , "peeling decals" or similar, you will find posts describing their situation. I am just guessing but I recall there being more posts about the problem rather than the solution - which is often the case. If you do find an answer to your decal problem, we would appreciate hearing about it.
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Old 07-08-2010, 12:08 PM
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Thank you for your response. Glad I come across your forum, will be sure to check back often.
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Old 07-08-2010, 03:24 PM
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2010 Passport Ultralite - Same issues - Front safety decal peeling off. Also the decals for the dump station / Grey / Black water also peeling off. They are relatively cheap to re-purchase, but a pain since its a new unit. Luckily, we won't have to worry about that come Monday. We have traded our unit for a completely different make and model. I will not purchase a Keystone produt again. Customer service from them has not been the most helpful.
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Old 07-09-2010, 06:15 AM
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I've had the same peeling problem on a couple of different units not just Keystone. And it has been different manufactures of the decals. My units have been glass and not metal so I don't know if it might be the prep that is the problem. I'm pretty sure everyone gets the glass from the same place (Global Glass). Most of the decals I've had peel have been mostly on the front of the units.
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Old 07-09-2010, 12:36 PM
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We have a 2009 Outback 5th wheel and the front decals are peeling (we've had it less than a year)...I contacted the dealer and they wanted me to bring it in so they could replace them...long story short, I opted to have the decals sent to me so I could replace them myself...the dealer is great to work with, just trust my work more than their service dept...they would have kept it 3 weeks (to verify the problem, order the parts, receive the parts, schedule the repair, and then do the repair)...since the dealer is over 100 miles away, I chose to do it myself, and warranty did cover the cost of the new decals...we'll see how long these last.
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Old 07-09-2010, 09:43 PM
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I have an 2010 Fuzion and the Fuzion its less then a year old and is still under warranty, the decal that says Fuzion on the side of the unit is peeling off, I did not notice this but a fellow RVer did and showed it to me, to my surprize I couldn't believe it, anyways I took pictures of it and will be calling for a replacement decal soon, I would hope it being the name of the trailer there (brand) Keystone would be in a hurry to replace it, looks pretty bad when your own name is coming off a new trailer
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Old 07-09-2010, 10:35 PM
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Question curious...

i am just wondering if they make them substandered byt that makes no sense because why would they want there name coming of the trailer its free advertising you would think that they would use higher quality stuff...
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Old 02-05-2011, 08:29 PM
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The decals on my 2003 Cougar 276 started peeling in the third year. Although I keep the trailer under cover, anyplace exposed to the sun has resulted in the decal peeling. I was told the adhesive loosens up in the sun, which results in the peeling. I have thought of painting over the decal with a clear polyurethane but I don't know if that would work.
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Old 02-13-2011, 11:56 AM
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Anyone researched application of a "clear bra" on the rig? Especially on the end cap?? Would it be cost prohibitive?
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