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    Need Help 2006 RXP (Viper Red) REG #

    Guys I am getting ready to replace my registration numbers on my 2006 RXP (Viper Red) ski. I am undecided on what color/styles would look good. Anyone have pictures of their reg numbers on their viper red boat that they are willing to post.

    Thanks!!!!
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    Thumbs up Tags With Class custom reg #s

    Hey blowbyyou Aubre Kent here, from www.tagswithclass.com, we can do any design you want in multicolors, we just did a set for kirkf350 and duke that were awsome, visit our website or give us a call at 407-390-7277, so we can hook you up akent

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    Iv'e used signspecialist.com a few times with great results. They have the best design engine(if that's what it's called) for previewing colors, fonts slants, shadows etc. Give them a look.
    Had the Green ones for a while, but thought these carbon fiber ones were a little cooler



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    In my opinion many of the numbers look way too flashy.
    You can't see them on the photo below, but I just went with the darkest grey I could get away with, looks very cool on the black hull, and doesn't distract from the overall look. My numbers are so dark that I have actually been warned twice by the lake patrol that they can't read them. This is subjective of course, one officer said he could see them fine. But in certain lighting they almost disappear.
    It's the stealth look...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoYamma View Post
    In my opinion many of the numbers look way too flashy.
    You can't see them on the photo below, but I just went with the darkest grey I could get away with, looks very cool on the black hull, and doesn't distract from the overall look. My numbers are so dark that I have actually been warned twice by the lake patrol that they can't read them. This is subjective, one officer said he could see them fine. But in certain lighting they almost disappear.
    It's the stealth look...
    I did the same thing AND i put them under my rubrail. They are almost invisible when the ski is in the water. This is the way i wanted it. I hate reg stickers they stick out like a soar thumb to me on skis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blowbyu View Post
    Guys I am getting ready to replace my registration numbers on my 2006 RXP (Viper Red) ski. I am undecided on what color/styles would look good. Anyone have pictures of their reg numbers on their viper red boat that they are willing to post.

    Thanks!!!!
    --Robert
    don't want to step on anyone's toes that are in the business of graphics, but if you are looking for something that is inexpensive, simple, but great looking - do an eBay search for HARDLINE PRODUCTS. They have a nice selection of colors and variations. I just received mine and can't wait to get them on.
    Link to the site:
    http://www.hardlineproducts.com/home.html

    The one I ordered:
    http://www.hardlineproducts.com/series200.html

    They have a lot of other options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReDevilRXP View Post
    I did the same thing AND i put them under my rubrail. They are almost invisible when the ski is in the water. This is the way i wanted it. I hate reg stickers they stick out like a soar thumb to me on skis.
    Under the rail, I love it...

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    Is that legal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSgt 007 View Post
    Is that legal?
    No, but it's only a problem if you get stopped. I actually got stopped and got a warning because Florida law now requires that you have a gap between the state and 4-middle numbers, and another between middle numbers and final two letters. And I had an older ski from 2004 that hadn't been updated with the 'space' between the numbers.

    I thought that was pretty chicken-sh$##@#@!, but I only got a warning, so what the heck.

    I was curious, so I just looked...different states are different, but the law states that your reg numbers have to be visible from a specific distance away. There are requirements on WHERE the numbers go, but they differ also and are a bit confusing. My boat numbers are on the UPPEr since there is a flat, near vertical area, but the rule actually states that it has to be on the HULL, not the deck or deck edging - if I put mine on the hull, they would only be visible by the fish.

    So, as I used to say in the military..."do whatever your (career) can stand"...in this case, career would be "wallet".
    Last edited by BartenderSmalley; 02-11-2009 at 04:18 PM. Reason: Adding info....

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    Good to go! I will be buying registration numbers for my skis this spring so this thread is very helpful!

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