The cost of removing and replacing decals on an RV is not cheap. There's an article in the current Trailer Life magazine addressing a "face lift" to a 2011 Cameo fifth wheel. http://www.trailerlife.com/rv-gear/c...n-rvs-stripes/
The owner stated that he had his FILON siding compounded and polished ($600) and a new graphics package with "five year vinyl decals" installed ($3400) for a total of $4000 to essentially "Wash, Wax and put new decals" on his trailer.
The entire graphics package is about $800, the rest of that $3400 is labor.
The front cap on a 2010 Bullet from Trekwood is about $1100 plus shipping. Add removal of the old cap, installation of the new one, application of decals and it could easily reach $3000 for the job.
Working on RV's ain't cheap if you take it to a dealer with a $100 to $175 an hour labor rate.