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RE:Caution Label

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JPG40504 wrote:The page 'number' is gone on my goldie label, BUT it says 'OWNER'S MANUAL'.

Dusty's format and line grouping and capitalization are correct. Only the word USER'S is different from mine. The word CAUTION is slightly larger AND underlined.

The page in the manual with pertinent instructions(twice) is page 2(Inside front cover). Do not have time soon to post a pix, but if interested, I will later.:)
I'm intrested in seeing the Goldie label when you have the time.
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There obviously are some slight differences. The word CAUTION underlined or not underlined. See Dave's photo - clearly no underline.

As for owner's vs user's - I really can't tell for sure.

I did find my Crafter's Station labels.
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RE: Caution Label For 1955 Greenie

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Dave, if you can provide me with the overall length and width of your original decal, I can do up the artwork for a new decal matching the fonts, spacing and everything and make it available that can be downloaded and printed.
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I can do up the artwork for a new decal matching the fonts, spacing and everything and make it available that can be downloaded and printed
Tom I would love to see that - it would be great for my Goldie. Alec
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mickyd wrote:I'm intrested in seeing the Goldie label when you have the time.
If you REALLY want a pix of my badly separated and missing parts label I WILL post it. However the pix by judspre are much better AND complete and are identical, except my "CAUTION" is underlined.
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tom_k/mo wrote:Dave, if you can provide me with the overall length and width of your original decal, I can do up the artwork for a new decal matching the fonts, spacing and everything and make it available that can be downloaded and printed.
My label is(WAS) 2" x 2".

BTW When I looked in my owners manual, NONE of the illustrations have this label on the Mark 5!
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JPG40504 wrote:My label is(WAS) 2" x 2".

BTW When I looked in my owners manual, NONE of the illustrations have this label on the Mark 5!
:rolleyes:I guess the pictures must have been taken before the labels were attached.:rolleyes:
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dusty wrote::rolleyes:I guess the pictures must have been taken before the labels were attached.:rolleyes:
No S**t!:D Do you REALLY think so?;)
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