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    Default 99 Wooldridge Alaskan II

    Updated the boat this year to give it the looks of a current model.

    I purchased the large black decals from www.decalzone.com and got a new set of "Wooldridge Boats" decals from the Wooldridge factory in Washington. Installed everything myself with help of my awesome wife. (Those long black decals were tough) Also ripped out the floorboards for hull inspection and took care of some small dents. Put everything back together and shined her up with some Flitz. Spent $320.00 for all the decals and she looks new again!

    Left picture is before and right picture is after
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    Member Dirtofak's Avatar
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    Looks good Judd. Is that a newer top or original?

    Mike

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    Nice job. Love those Woolies.

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    look'in good!!
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    Set for another few years eh?
    You and your wife did a great job!
    Thanks for the decal zone link, i need some new side panles for my Wooly an was wondering where to get them
    Never wrestle with a pig.
    you both get dirty;
    the Pig likes it.

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    The top is original...showing a little fade but still in good shape. I actually have a full camper canvas for the boat but have never used it.

    Yukoner...I had great service from that decalzone place. The material was sent in a roll. I needed 20 feet for each side and I was able to get it in 10 foot long sections X 12" wide...so I purchased 4 sections. They outfitted me with pinstriping as well to finish off the edges. The first one we installed had quite a few air bubbles in it but we were able to poke them and smooth them out. It got easier after the first one!

    By the way...Wooldridge wanted almost 700.00 for the same materials.
    Pays to shop around!

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