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munson1086

05-01-2014 06:11:45




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Hi Everyone,

I am getting ready to paint the DC soon, but have a couple questions on decal placement. I have a 53' DC3 with foot clutch.
Where does the decal of Old Abe go? I have seen some people place it on the side of the radiator casting - but don't think this is correct? Since it doesn't have the older style hood, there is no place for it on the side of the gas tank. Was the Old Abe decal just not used on the newer DC's?
Also while degreasing and pressure washing I came across this decal on the bottom right side of the block near the magneto.

third party image

Anyone reproduce these??

Matt

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munson1086

05-02-2014 05:36:39




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
Thanks everyone!

The patent decal did not come in the set that I ordered. Does anyone know where I could get one?

Matt



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oleclint

05-01-2014 18:30:36




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
The eagle was never put on the side of the radiator on SC s,DC s or LA s from the factory. No matter where you put it , the old 'bird' looks nice and colorful. clint



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Brian In Ohio

05-01-2014 12:27:49




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
The patents decal should come in a decal set for a DC.



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53dc

05-01-2014 11:05:52




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
I realize that it's not correct but I have mine on the side of the radiator. Works for me and numerous people have commented on it.



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jgarner

05-01-2014 09:53:52




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
Matt, I don't think the later model DCs used the eagle. Our 53 SC didn't have it on there and all of the DCs I remember seeing didn't use it. I think the VACs did though.

Jim



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casecollectorsc

05-01-2014 07:13:04




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 Re: DC decal questions in reply to munson1086, 05-01-2014 06:11:45  
The pictures in the manual for the later DC's doesn't show a decal on the hood by the fuel tank or none on the radiator either.



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