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Higher Ground I Rear Window Graphic

SKU: WC303019

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SKU WC303019
Manufacturer Window Canvas
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Processing Time Approximately 3 business days. Laminated graphics ship in 10 business days.
Warranty Window Canvas Limited Lifetime Warranty
All Window Canvas rear window graphics are warranted against defects in manufacturing for the lifetime of the product. Window Canvas warranties against fading for 3 years. Warranties are for product only and limited to the value of the replacement product. Neither seller nor manufacturer shall be liable for any damage, expense, or consequential damage arising out of use or the inability to use the product.
Return Information Standard Return Policy applies to UN-laminated decals. Laminated graphics are NOT returnable.
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Higher Ground is a rear window decal that has the illusion of a great painting of two deer frolicking through the woods. Unlike the majority of other deer rear window decals, this one has captured an action sceneā€¦ one where the two deer are running at high speed through autumn foliage and over fallen trees. The best part about the Higher Ground rear window decal is that it will look amazing on several colors of trucks... The red and yellow leaves are highlighted against an otherwise muted scene.
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