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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    Wow Iím surprised a wrap is $4-5k. If you use a quality material does it look like paint? Iíve seen cars in my area that have them and they almost look like a plastic like texture like it has no depth if that makes any since?
    3M or Vivid (not sure if this is the name). Important thing is that is UV protected. It will take longer before it fades.
    BTW for the record I donít sell or work for a wrapping company. I researched it before I did mine. The pricing that you see are just about right. There is a lot of labor involved. The material is not that expensive. Good luck!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mallavoider View Post
    3M or Vivid (not sure if this is the name). Important thing is that is UV protected. It will take longer before it fades.
    BTW for the record I donít sell or work for a wrapping company. I researched it before I did mine. The pricing that you see are just about right. There is a lot of labor involved. The material is not that expensive. Good luck!


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    Sounds good thanks for the info

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    A quality vinyl wrap can cost just as much as a good paint job.


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    Yeah and itís only good for 2-3 years


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    Yeah and itís only good for 2-3 years


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    Yeah especially in hot desert climates. When they start to go they look like crap too. Canít imagine removing it either. Iíve pulled striping and IDís and thatís plenty for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Yeah especially in hot desert climates. When they start to go they look like crap too. Canít imagine removing it either. Iíve pulled striping and IDís and thatís plenty for me.


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    I had to remove the wrap off my jk8 it was starting to peel. I had my employees remove it on a slow day. So it was really easy for me!

    We have two company cars that we let go to long. It ruined the paint. Iím not looking forward to that fix.


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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    I had to remove the wrap off my jk8 it was starting to peel. I had my employees remove it on a slow day. So it was really easy for me!

    We have two company cars that we let go to long. It ruined the paint. Iím not looking forward to that fix.


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    Did the go the old school way with heat or sun and razors? Or did try use those 3M rubber wheel decal removers you put in a drill? I typically have people to do that too though... haha


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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    Did the go the old school way with heat or sun and razors? Or did try use those 3M rubber wheel decal removers you put in a drill? I typically have people to do that too though... haha


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    It pulled off easily, no tools required (other than the employee). We have had to use the 3M remover on a fleet in Inyo county. Those guys were out there for days removing decals. . Poor bastards.


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    50Ē rigid e2 light bar

    like new rigid e2 50Ē light bar. Comes with new harness. Retails for around $1300.
    $800 shipped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    like new rigid e2 50Ē light bar. Comes with new harness. Retails for around $1300.
    $800 shipped.
    Unless this is sold through Callahan Auto Parts out of Sandusky, OH I'm not interested.

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