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Side panel wraps

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by dynodan537, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. dynodan537

    dynodan537 New Member

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    I am new to the wrap business and have a few guys wanting to wrap the sides of race trucks and dirt cars. These are mostly flat straight panels with minimal curves and body lines. I am looking for a resonably priced material to use for this that is decent to work with. These wraps usually only are on for a race or 2 before being redone due to body damage. I've read a ton about the difference in Orajet, Avery, 3M, Mac Tac, etc.... I'm usually pressed for time to put graphics on so I need something that is easy to slap on in just a couple hours or so. I also noticed the EDGE air release vinyl from signsplusbanners.com, has anyone used this product??

    Please help me guys, which would be my best choice???

    Dan
     
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  2. HulkSmash

    HulkSmash Major Contributor

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    Any cast vinyl should be fine. 3M 180, Avery ez, Oracale.
     
  3. Kyle Blue

    Kyle Blue Member

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    3M IJ180 is what we use and it has the air release you are asking for.
     
  4. msenjur

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    oracal 3165GRA is the cheapes air-bubble free... but i dont how it would came off, if you dont laminate it... it might tear in peaces...

    if pannels are realy flat, i would get cheapest vinyl, and install it with water. for 2 races it should work fine...
     
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  5. Finishline Signs

    Finishline Signs Active Member

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    We always use 3165RA for dirt late models since they are mostly flat.
     
  6. msenjur

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    do you laminate it?
     
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