I just wanted to say nicely done video with the voiceover/time lapse, the quick edits of front, back, side (so we're not watching you walk around) and the short tips, observations, etc.Have you ever thought about putting some Vinyl on your machine. I gave it alot of thought then decided to jump in. Here is a video I did of the install. I was very pleased on how it came out.
I recently did mine in camo. the flaws dont show as bad in camo. I have a new respect for the guys that do it well for a living for sure.Have you ever thought about putting some Vinyl on your machine. I gave it alot of thought then decided to jump in. Here is a video I did of the install. I was very pleased on how it came out.
I had the rapid tack, just in case and the piece that got hot in the sun, i did that one wet and was able to salvage it. One piece on the driver's side had been in the sun and when I put it on, it stuck and stretched and it is messed up. Kent is going to send me a replacement to swap it out. He said that a heat gun would have shrunk it back down. Tricks of the trade. Other than that, keep the Vinyl cool and do when it's cool and use a plastic squeegee, I bought this kit and it worked great, smoothed out the potential wrinkles and bubbles.Great video looks like you did it dry. Any issues with bubbles or anything like that? Been on the fence about getting the tailgate piece. After seeing yours I might just buy one.
It was, I'm guessing due to the reflective low stretch backing. It's not near as forgiving as the regular vinyl. I found the Matte vinyl was very workable and produced great results. Glad I went the way I did. I really like the reflective on the back. Here is a Pic at nightCorbo was the reflective harder to put on? I was thinking all reflective but might only do the hood and tailgate in reflective not the sides.