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Chief Warbonnet Decal Set - Color

Chief Warbonnet Decal Set - Color

Regular price $65.00 $50.00 Sale


For a limited time only, a special pre-order introductory price of $50 will get you a set of these new decals.  Once we received at least 12 orders for these decals, we will have them manufactured and then shipped to you once we receive them.  It's important you understand *These are not currently in stock, and this is a pre-order for a brand new design*



This decal set will completely cover the original warbonnet without having to modify your bike in any way (They are also intended to cover the original logo if your bike has the Indian script writing on the tank.  Just be sure to check the measurements of the decal here and on your bike to verify).  There’s no need to remove the original tank graphic and you do not need to clear coat or paint over them.  If your bike has tank badges/emblems, they would need to be removed before applying these decals to the tank.  Nearly all tank badges are installed with 3M emblem tape or equivalent and can be easily removed with dental floss or a similar non-abrasive material.  They are hi-tack self-adhesive and easily applied by hand without the need for tools.

Although they were designed for the fuel tank, you can use these decals wherever you want.  Just be sure to measure the size of where you want to apply them to ensure they will fit.

Size:  Length = 14.4 inches |  Width = 5.8 inches

Material: A material originally made for motocross, these decals can really take a beating. They are not your everyday "sticker".  These decals are printed on a hi-tack vinyl with a sandy matte texture.  It is weather proof, temperature and UV resistant, and will maintain its quality for years.

What is included:  Matching set of left and right facing decals. Application suitable for Motorcycles, cars, trucks, windows, tables and more. 

You can also use the Wet Method for installing Vinyl Decals.  We haven't produced a video of this method yet but a quick search on YouTube will yield many results.