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April 22, 2016, 02:01 PM #0

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Hi TTI,

I want to wrap my DRZ400SM in some snow-camo vinyl wrap and am looking for two things:

1. A local source for the wrap

2. Help wrapping. (I have experience doing flat/simple jobs, nothing as complex as fuel tank etc.

I'm not opposed to bringing the bike to a shop, but thought I would check on here first to see if anyone is doing it on the side.

Thanks!


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    April 22, 2016, 05:24 PM #1

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          Originally posted by dolan
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          I thought your expertise was painting cars in a driveway on windy days, not wrap ;)
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