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Wrapping Utility Vehicles

Discussion in 'Vehicle Wraps' started by Renato Pinto, Jul 14, 2019.

  1. Renato Pinto

    Renato Pinto Graphics Manager

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    Anybody have any advice on wrapping F-550 Utility trucks? Theres always so much going on and it's obviously all one print and it looks good and the customer is happy with it but I know it could look a lot better especially when the cabinets are opened, theres a lot of white space.

    Advice? Ideas? Tips?
     

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  2. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    I have a service body and I can suggest you do what they did (and I) and not wrap the hinges. I treated each cabinet door as its own piece... and that area above the wheel-well as one. When the doors are open there will be white showing. Honestly it was a pain in the ***. Mine was all one solid color so I added strips to the space in between the hinges and the doors. It looks like you could do that as well.. You have a gradient but you could print that for those thin 2-3" strips in between the doors.
     
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