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golf cart wrap

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by giff, Dec 10, 2013.

  1. giff

    giff New Member

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    I have someone that sells golf carts wanting me to wrap one, if he likes it there will be a lot more the do as he sells a lot of custom carts. I need help on a price for wrapping a golf cart

    Thanks
     
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  2. HDvinyl

    HDvinyl Trump 2020

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    Go wrap one and see how much time and money it takes you?
     
  3. giff

    giff New Member

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    lol that's a lot of help no he wants a ball park first
     
  4. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    we charge 800 to 1000 depending on vinyl selection or if it is printed. golf carts are a PITA....
     
  5. giff

    giff New Member

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    what makes them a PITA... ?
     
  6. synergy_jim

    synergy_jim Very Active Member

    removing roof and rear racks to make it right.

    tons of areas that just flow into each other. no breaks in body lines to hide seams / panels

    lots of hard bends and compound curves.

    its all in a days work, but to me, its easy to wrap a car most of the time....
     
  7. klingsdesigns

    klingsdesigns Very Active Member

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    Def say 8-1000 pita.. for sure.
     
  8. Wrapdup

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    Have done them for around $500 but make the customer show up with it ready to wrap. Give them a list, remove bumpers, roof, gear selector, covers, ect.

    depends on the cart also, some curve more than others.
     
  9. formanek

    formanek Member

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    They are tough. Don't many. You can't charge by square foot because of the time it takes to do. I don't get enough but I get what I can in this market. IF I could I would get $600 minimum. Right now I get around $450.
     
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