This is a discussion on camo vinyl wrap install difficulty within the Grizzly Chassis & Body forums, part of the Grizzly Forums category; well I'm looking at getting a vinyl wrap kit from camo4u. do to the fact I'm sick of red and my attempt to paint the ...
well I'm looking at getting a vinyl wrap kit from camo4u. do to the fact I'm sick of red and my attempt to paint the fenders green made every little scratch shine like a new penny. how hard are these to install yourself on a 01 grizz 600? im really only nervous about the area around the headlights. thanks for any help in advance. sorry if this question is already posted somewhere on here. tried to search but came back with nothing.
Its all about how well u can use a heat gun i dont know what kinda material ur using but the 3 m wrap stuff i get they say not to strech use a heat gun and it will take the wrinkles out as you go along
2005 660 Grizzly
28" Maxxis Zillas
Hmf Slip on Exhaust
1.5mm Shim Mod
Shift Lockout Mod
1 High Strength Rear axle
Check with some companies in your area that do vehicle wraps. They should at least be able to give some pointers.
2007 Green Grizzly 700 EPS
Koplin hand guards w/mirrors
Promark 3000lb winch
Yamaha HD front bumper
Moose rear bumper
Moose 387x black wheels
26" OG Bighorns
AP Skid Plates
I would recommend Camo4u (Camo4u.com is their main site) We have wrapped a few ATVs and truck with their camo wraps and they all have held up great. It does take a little time to do a full camo wrap on a quad, (probably 2-3 hours) but it is worth the investment.
[QUOTE=bootsie;279989]Make a phone call or two and find out what is involved with the process. Sounds like you know what you want! That would look awesome with a lift and big mudders!!![/QUOTE
the fishouflage caught my eye because i have yet to see a atv with that pattern. i know someone somewhere has it but i love things not seen everyday. called a place new me that said they could do the wrap for 375. seems pretty fair if you think about the kit costing 125 and the other 250 is worth me not having the head ache and crappy looking fenders. which are bound to happen if i do it myself with no experience. im a painter for a living and still failed at painting the plastics lmao.