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Camper half wrap questions

Discussion in 'Installation Equipment & Techniques' started by Stacey K, Sep 17, 2020.

  1. Stacey K

    Stacey K Getting Back in the Game

    Jun 20, 2018
    I have a customer who wants me to wrap the bottom half of a camper similar to the one pictured with all the ribs. Clearly this is a 2 person job but I've never done anything with all these ribs. How long will something like this take? Anything I need to consider? With cleaning and cutting around the hitch, etc. does 6-7 hours sound right? My helper will not be experienced, just another set of hands.

    2 sides at 130"x32" each
    2 ends at 78"x32" each

    About 96 square feet total.

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  2. GaSouthpaw

    GaSouthpaw Active Member

    Dec 1, 2005
    If you've never done anything like this, maybe sub it out to an installer that has and learn from them by helping them?
    Otherwise, whatever you figure it'll take you (time and material wise) you could double it, or price it as is and chalk up any loss as a learning curve?
    Been a while since I applied anything like this, but I think that'd take me a couple of hours. I can't say if that's fast or slow- just the pace I work.
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  3. Bubba06

    Bubba06 Just Somebody

    Feb 13, 2005
    Manning SC
    I'd say about an hour to an hour and a half tops, with a helping hand that listens good.
    That does not include print time.
  4. ikarasu

    ikarasu Very Active Member

    Jun 10, 2016
    Port Coquitlam, bc
    The only helping hand you need is a roll of double sided tape.... Far cheaper than paying someone even minimum wage.

    A job like this including cleaning assuming it's relatively new would take maybe 3-4 hours.

    It's called a corrogated surface. You can Google and find tons of guides... If you have experience wrapping it's not too bad doing corrogated.

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