You ordered and received the 2" decals. My standard sizes also include
1.75" and 1.59" to fit the other common applications.
"Paige, Dean" wrote:
> Well I missed TR Fest in San Ramon. After a look at the admittance price,
> and as I am in the process of buying a house with a two car garage (my
> first) which I can not afford, I decided my time would be better spent
> actually sprucing up the 6. After the reapirs from H's recent "rear ending
> Incident" the body and paint looked great but the minilites needed
> help...without annual attention oxdation quickly gets the upper hand with
> pure magnesium. Alas I was negligent... cancerous looking patches of the
> spokes were devoid of paint and the outer rings were gray with oxidation.
> Remaining paint needed to be removed and each wheel sanded, steel wooled,
> spokes primered and painted black. Outer rim needed sanding, steel wooling,
> and clear coat. All phases required masking. Each wheel took almost a day to
> complete. I started last weekend while I was still planning on attending
> TRFest. Well, the final result was a quantum leap in the look of the 6. The
> minilites equipped with two winged spinners, sporting the Joe Curry triumph
> logo decals with laurel wreath in blue, green and chrome transformed the
> whole scene, though I did have to trim the decals right down to the edge of
> the laurel wreath to get them to fit in the spinners' center recess. The
> official Joe Curry Triumph Mail List decal in the lower right front screen
> completed the picture. I was so inspired that I cleaned polished and waxed
> the beast, thoroughly cleaned the interior, treated all vinyl - seats, dash,
> doors, top, tonneau. and car cover, cleaned out the trunk and changed the
> oil and all filters. To top it all off (apologies to purists) I added a Jag
> style pinstripe to the fenders and doors at the bevel. LO! A VISION OF
> ROADSTER GLORY in Signal Red and black! Good lord these cars look
> unbelievable at their best! Now that I could truly make an appropriate
> entrance to the Fest...it's over. Ah, but at least I get to look at it and
> its now prepped for the winter. A late Sunday afternoon drive through the
> vinyards of Sonoma County, the air ripe with the rich aroma of fermenting
> grapes and a stop for a light snack in the Alexander Valley was all the
> reward I could ask.
> Anyone with any suggestions for keeping magnesium shining? I'm not real
> happy with the polyurethane clear I used...dulled up the burnish a bit.
> Anyone have any experience with a product called Simichrome? JOE...thanks
> again so much for the work on the decals, they really are the finishing
> touch that these Minilites have needed for 30 + years. They look GREAT!
"If you can't excel with talent, triumph with effort."
-- Dave Weinbaum in National Enquirer