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    Who makes the Enve Santa Cruz wheel Decals?

    hope the group can help direct me... Santa Cruz will not sell me a set of Solid Tennis Yellow Enve stickers even though I just spent several thousands of dollars on a Bronson..... how unbelievably cheep of them.....

    Enve won't tell me either who does the Santa cruz stickers, though they say it's the same as they use.

    Anyone help a brother out?


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    Ibis Mojo HD3 - Santa Cruz 5010 V2

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    I ordered my Tallboy 2 with blue stickers on the Enves...when I got them I thought it looked cheap so I tried to get white ones from SC.....they said no way. I was surprised they had nothing to offer me. I contacted Enve and they were extremely courteous and helpful and I got the white factory stickers for about $60. I recall them saying the colored SC type were not available from them, but they were about $120 (!!! yep, $120!!!!).

    The factory stickers seemed higher quality than the blue ones from SC, as they had white letters with a thin chrome silver outline around each letter, all on a black background. The SC type had solid blue letters (no outline) on solid black background. Good luck with your search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyken View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyken View Post
    Good look!

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    I went with the ENVE Blue decals:

    They weren't 100% excatly what I was expecting, but I think they look pretty cool.

    I really like the blue outline ones SC uses on their bikes, but these from Silk Graphics look pretty cool too, I like the blue outline vs the silver one ENVE uses:

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    Funny. The first thing I do when I receive any rim (or anything bike-related stuff for that matter) is to remove all decals. Can't stand all the colors and graphics. I don't want to be a roadie.

    But nice blue stuff there! Carry on...

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    I personally went with the stealth look (gray outline decals), but the colors are nice too.
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