Well last weekend while out camping I got a couple of jobs done that I had put off on the camper. This was the other job I done. It went really smooth. I was going to put them on while out camping last Saturday. We had got there on Friday and sitting around the fire my wife told me I should be putting them on now. The sun was setting and it was close to the twilight time of the day. I actually started to put the rest of them on the front and believe it or not we "Got-R-Done.” The Montana Logo I put on in July while we were in MI. Wish I had a better photo of it but this is the only one I took after that.
They certainly went on much easier than they came off!
I think it would be better for Keystone to put on less graphics and go with a colored fiberglass scheme. Graphics on an rv are like a t-shirt with screen printing or transfers, look great when new but over time and washing will crack, shrink and or peel. Their is no way that a large glue on decal will not crack, shrink and or peel after time. If they do not crack or peel you lucked out.
We are also going the way of a naked MOntana look. What is the gaurentee that the new graphics will not do the same thing. We are about 1/2 naked now and working towards complete. Maybe go have a custom paint job put on to break it up. I like the idea of multi toned fiberglass and just a small amount of graphics. I've heard that even the bigsky package montanas have some graphics not full body paint. It is a very tiresome job scraping off old decals and then the glue to have to do it again.