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Boat Wraps??? #10650189 02/26/15 07:08 PM
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Have a fairly new 2014 Triton 21XS, Want to keep her that way. Looking at getting a simple, but nice wrap. Who do you recommend and I am looking for the Pro's and Con's of a wrap.


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10650206 02/26/15 07:12 PM
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From what I hear the only 2 options you should consider are Rockwall Wraps and Tyler Wrap Co.

I have had some bad experience from other shops when trying to get some truck logo stuff done a while back.


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10650267 02/26/15 07:29 PM
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Car Wrap city in Carrollton, TX is a great place. They have awesome service and reasonable prices.


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BSG Wraps from here on the forum is about to have a special for full wrap for 1850 with one console


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10650536 02/26/15 08:42 PM
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Bullet Wraps in Rockwall 972-722-1888. They do a Excellent job, Give them a call.


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Originally Posted By: GREENE29
Bullet Wraps in Rockwall 972-722-1888. They do a Excellent job, Give them a call.

They did my boat. Great guys!!


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10651080 02/27/15 12:02 AM
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And for the cons.. I havnt found one yet. It will get dinged and smudged but it beats gelcoat or worse


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10651278 02/27/15 01:07 AM
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This was done by BSG




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Skip at Blue Sky Graphics has done 2 for me they look great and really protect the boat.





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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10651379 02/27/15 01:37 AM
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A guy I know that does wraps says that if its in the sun alot 4 years is about normal when item starts fading

Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10651393 02/27/15 01:41 AM
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Can can expect to change it every year or two if you fish in the timber. Millinium Wrap in Austin are really reasonable and should be in your area.


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Bobby Conley Tyler Wraps he does excellent work and is reasonable.

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Tyler Wrap Company sure had a lot of boats being represented at tbe Bass Master Classic going across the stage wrapped by Bobby Conley. Not just a great company but genuine people who care about their product. I'd say reach out to the Pros you name it - Yamaha Pros & Brandon Palanuik & Mark Davis the list goes on and on and every year the boat total at the classic goes up for Tyler Wrap. They don't drive hundreds and thousands of miles for anybody they make that drive for Tyler Wrap.

But not talking down to any of these companies in the area I just know if The Pros want them I want them to wrap mine. His designs is all out of his head and not templates doesn't like his designs to match another.


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Re: Boat Wraps??? [Re: Rick61] #10652286 02/27/15 02:05 PM
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I got my boat done and absolutely love it but if you fish tournaments you have to be a little careful with it..... Especially on a lake like Falcon....


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On my third wrapped boat.

Pros: Protects the finish, looks cool if you have a nice design, promotes your sponsors well

Cons: They do get scratched fairly easily if you bump stumps or docks. Its hard to see the imperfections from a distance but you know they're there. It is costly to have done properly. Average is $2000-$2500. If your sponsor will pay for it, do it. If not, don't.

The installers use a razor knife to trim the excess when they are installing the wrap. The first company left deep cuts into the gelcoat on my boat that I did not see until I had it removed. They were not able to buff them out, too deep. So the very thing that I felt would preserve the finish and help resale actually Hurt the resale on my boat. I would not use them again.

The next company used a vinyl that was much thinner and easier to scratch than the company that left razor cuts on my boat. I would not use them again.

If you want some additional info, PM me.

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