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Truck Wraps - That Space between the box & Cab

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by Signature Sign Guys, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. Signature Sign Guys

    Signature Sign Guys Member

    Apr 11, 2018
    Kamloops BC
    Hey All,

    I am wondering how people wrap that space between the box and the cab. Do you take the box off to get right in there with the wrap or do you wrap what you can? Just wondering the best way about the whole thing.
    I have done a couple and really took my time trying to wrap as far as I can without taking the box off but it takes forever. Just seeing what others do?
  2. kcollinsdesign

    kcollinsdesign Active Member

    Apr 22, 2007
    Normal, Illinois
    Whatever the customer wants. Price accordingly. The cost of having a reputable specialist remove the box, create a work space for the wrap job, then re-attach the box would be prohibitive to most customers. I would recommend designing the project so that the box does not need to be removed, and so that all graphics can be applied without relying on extraordinary measures.
  3. unclebun

    unclebun Very Active Member

    We usually just go around the curve onto the flat area. There's no need to go further into the area you cannot see when the vehicle is on the road (if you're doing advertising wraps). If you're doing a color change, you'd pretty much have to take the bed off and wrap the whole area between cab and bed if you wanted it to truly change the color.
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