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Old 02-04-2014, 10:04 PM
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Yep I scanned past that stuff since I was looking for pictures.
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See how well hiding your company's name works.

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appreciate the pics and feedback!

Krayzee, did your graphics guy cut out around each of the rivets on the side panels? I'm about to order a 7x16 second enclosed with "Screwless" sides that are bonded with 3m, and no rivets and the metal is a bit thicker as well... two different trailer suppliers said it would be much easier to wrap than one with rivets(Its like a $75 price difference) so I don't think they were just trying to upsell me, it does make sense. Though the way your guy did it wasn't something I even thought of. Looks really nice man, I'm sure you will get enough business over the life of the wrap to more than pay for it!

Our 6x12 trailer has riveted sides though, and the wrap guy who did the estimate didnt say anything about it being an issue, so I plan to do both trailers(one with rivets and one without) and see if it makes a difference or not in how the wrap holds up.

Scott, the partial wraps on your trucks are exactly the size I have in mind for ours, and your turned out great!
Was there any difference as to how your wraps held up? I am thinking about wrapping an enclosed trailer that has rivets. One Krayzee Kajun's trailer looks great, but I don't know how old his wrap is. Did they cut around your rivets? I thought cutting around the rivets, might create areas, where the wrap might start peeling or failing.
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