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Thanks for the input on the wrap! Quick question. Is it thicker than the traditional vinyl material?

Also, please share on the forum your Bronco once you get it done!
I’ll absolutely be sharing. Delivery between November 1st-7th. I already have the vinyl and plan on taking it into the shop the day we take delivery.

I’m honestly not sure exactly how thick this textured stuff is. I’d have to look it up. It is slightly thicker then normal color change material. But not by much. And could even just feel thicker only because of the texture. It certainly won’t provide any sort protection if that’s what you’re thinking. Durability is exactly the same as a conventional vinyl.
 

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At first I didn't want to like it, but the more I looked the more I liked. :)
 

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You just need to get yourself a MA-1 Flight Jacket so you can style and profile. Now who said Olive Drab and Signal Orange don't go together? You get shotdown and you need something to flag the SAR birds. JK unless you like to dress like your truck.

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How much for body wrap (no seatbelts)? Lasts about 5 years?
First. I’ve never heard of wrapping seatbelts. Sounds stupid. You’d be putting on a seatbelt that feels like a sticker. No thanks.

From what I’ve heard, shops are charging about $3,000. Sounds about right. I’ve never done a Bronco so don’t know what’s in it. I’d be $1500 just for the installation if you brought me the vinyl. My background. All I do is install vinyl. And 99% of my work is walls/flat surfaces. There’s not a lot of money in wrapping cars. I’m 100% mobile. I don’t resell anything. Don’t design anything. Don’t print anything. Nothing. I don’t even own a computer. Everything I do is on my phone or iPad. My core customers are the giant print shops in the country that need an installer in Arizona. So a retail job like someone calling me to wrap their Bronco I don’t usually do unless you had the material, or a local company needed to hire an installer after they sold the job. Heck, I don’t even have business cards or a website. It’s just not my core customer. Most of my customers I’ve never met. That said, I think $3,000 is fair for a color change on a Bronco. Now, you start adding wrapping door jams, brake calipers, roll bars and seatbelts 🤦‍♂️ and the price goes up because it’s more labor.
 

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I love the painted stock wheels. I was originally thinking aftermarket, but my dealer painted the wheels on its mannequin and it looks great. Cost effective alternative
 

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Color combo is meh. That light bar is awesome though
 

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The description says the light bar was added for that off-road "look". Key word being "look".......this vinyl wrapped Bronco will never leave the concrete.
 

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Well, the important thing is the customer likes it.
 

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The description says the light bar was added for that off-road "look". Key word being "look".......this vinyl wrapped Bronco will never leave the concrete.
And who cares? Why does this bother the REAL OFFROADERS so much? Should've thrown in "mall crawler" for real street cred.
 

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I’ve been flirting with wrapping the rollbar in white on my 2dr A51 (if I ever get it).
Thanks for sharing your photos.
 

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And who cares? Why does this bother the REAL OFFROADERS so much? Should've thrown in "mall crawler" for real street cred.
I prescribe to the idea of form follows function.
 

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I am really digging the green wrap, but the orange is a bit much for. To each their own.
 
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