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New wrap just finished

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by SSG_SIGNS, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. SSG_SIGNS

    SSG_SIGNS Member

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    Just got this one done. The front roof coul was a PITA to get to, got to figure out an easier way of doing that before we do another one. Totally new branding campaign for this customer. They have never done any advertising but has seen all of his competition rolling around with wraps that we have done and he finally decided he better start advertising. I think he made the right decision.
     

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  2. HulkSmash

    HulkSmash Major Contributor

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    :thumb: awesome! that actually looks like a pretty easy wrap..
     
  3. intense_design

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    Looking Good!!!
     
  4. SSG_SIGNS

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    Hey Coloradosigns, for the most part it was easy. The front roof was the pain just cause there is no easy way to get to it.
     
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    Malkin Very Active Member

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    Yeah those things are a pain. I keep meaning to get a couple lifts of pipe staging and just run some planks over for that kind of job.

    Looks great though! I hope the customer was trilled.
     
  6. dj_elite

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    For the front what I have used is staging like used for doing siding on a house. I have caster wheels that go on the bottom and you can wheel it around. The X crossmembers are removable. I remove one side so it can go close. No more ladders! Here is a picture. I couldnt find one with one section, but it would be just one of those sections
     

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  7. SSG_SIGNS

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    Hey thanks for all the comments, we actually have a scaffold but it wasn't wide enough to fit over the front of the truck, it was about 12" to narrow, we were bummed.
     
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    Get yourself another scaffold and a couple of 2x8's between the 2 or buy an aluminum stage to go across the 2 of them, makes it alot easier.

    Nice job on the wrap btw.
     
  9. dj_elite

    dj_elite Active Member

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    All you need is a wider X brace
     
  10. phototec

    phototec Very Active Member

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    Nice Wrap!

    Nice Wrap!

    Question: Is it a partial wrap, just the top part of the box and back, not the tool boxes, not the front of the cab, etc?
     
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