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  • #31
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/v79kf171q2...%2006%20PM.jpg
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    • #32
      I don't know how to post from my iPad... But there's a pic of it somewhat together still has more stickers n shit going on it but u get the idea.. Waiting on some parts to
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      • #33
        that looks sick, was it difficult to warp the forks?
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        • #34
          looks good...what are you gonna do with the wheels?? Cuz, i mean, ur known for havin the roulette wheels

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          • #35
            Originally posted by sikgixxer750 View Post
            Is window tint different? I know I see 3m Window tint advertised and every tint shop I have ever seen used some type of soapy liquid.
            Yeah tint and wraps are 2 totally different things.. Check youtube for vinyl wrap videos

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            • #36

              Bling bling...
              honey badger dat bitch braaappp

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              • #37
                I still have them, this is a extra set I just painted , I ordered rim stripes that I had made to look like the roulette ones but idk if I'm even gunna put em on I like the look of just black
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                • #38
                  It looks good man .. When I did my wrap on my 636 .. It took a lot of patience . And I did it by my self . But it's not all that hard

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                  • #39
                    Well little shapes, and sides that you don't observe will be the toughest and you need to expand it to get a excellent fit around, them.
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                    • #40
                      I just use a hair blower or a heat gun and a plastic squeegee to remove the bubbles. Just make sure to clean the surface properly before installing the warp.

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                      • #41
                        I've been doing wraps for the past few years now. Had my own shop at one time before my partner screwed me over… Bikes are definitely one of the hardest things to wrap. Especially the gas tanks. Thomas is definitely right. You do not use soap and water for a vehicle wrap if you're using Avery 1005 or 3M.. I've seen them use it for clear bra wraps, but that's about it.. I'd like to see the finished product.. Haven't been on here in a while, otherwise I would have chipped in some tips for ya. Lets see some pics though!!
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                        • #42
                          Thick ass vinyl but this shit was easy to wrap overall just getting things lined up is tricky.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by loogie View Post
                            Some pieces are easier on the bike,some off, and its also preference.

                            BTW I dont install wraps, Im too impatient meubles design, I pay my boy to do it so Im just going off what he does lol.
                            I especially think the American brand of parts are not easy to find.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by ReCkLeSsRyAn View Post
                              well my wrap is on its way ,anyone have any pointers on how to wrap bikes? i watched a few youtube videos and ive wrapped small shit b4 ,just wondering assurance chien if theres a good way to get it done so i dont waste vinyl
                              Hello,
                              I also do not know how to not squander it!

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Stubbz63 View Post
                                Thick ass vinyl but this shit was easy to wrap overall just getting things lined up is tricky.

                                Is there a way to view photo from photobucket? I've been searching about vinyl wraps too

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