How about this custom build from the students in Mr. Paschal’ s class of the La Porte Independent School District? Wow what a super looking golf car they put together. Mr. Paschal contacted us for some assistance with the project and we where happy to help. The class install our New Blue Flame golf car wrap as the finishing touch to there golf car build. Shop our HUGE wrap store for your project.
Mr. Paschal said:
The cart came out really nice. Everyone ask us who did the paint job. All the student are really proud. Thanks for your support and we hope you get some business from this area. Here are some pictures and it would be cool for the students to see it on your site.
Thanks again, Brad Paschal
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This is our super cool Slimy Grimy Green Golf Car Wrap.
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Special Thanks to Eli Duque who said:
Hi there, I placed the order back on the 22 of February, under the name of Eli Duque. Yeah I know it took a little while to get it done it was one of thous weekend projects. The cart is a EZGO 1999 so its a 12 year old cart which now thanks to you guys and the wrap product the cart looks brand new. I appreciate the help and advice I received from you and the step by step application process instructions. even when I had doubts about something, all I did was call you up and you guided me threw it. The product was a lot easier to work with than I thought it would be, the product is very forgiving, I was able to set it and pull it off and reset it till I was happy with the placement of the wrap, I also noticed that using my heat gun made it that much easier. My biggest fear was the whole bubbling thing under the wrap but to my surprise the product some how allows you to squeegee out the bubbles with eases till they disappeared. In all I was amazed on how well it all turned out, and best of all its something that can be done at your own pace and in your own garage. This is one product that I would recommend and am recommending as I tell everyone who’s see my cart.
Thanks again for all the help,
Name: Pat Paget
Model: Club Car DS
Product: Blue-Black Flame vinyl wrap
The service was great! It took about 5 business days to receive the wrap, and I waited another week to attempt the project.
I could tell upon opening the package that this was a great quality product. The wrap was sturdy and thick.
I was very intimidated to attempt the wrap, but i spent a day doing prep work. The first step was to remove everything and clean the cart using simple green. I removed the roof and painted it black. I removed all of the seats, decals, etc. Before applying the wrap, the cart was wiped with denatured alcohol. I first applied the strip under the seat, as this did good to start a base.This was the easiest piece to install. Next was the sides. My wife and I applied the wrap and it was a big project.
I felt comfortable that i had the number to call for install help, though i didn’t use it. I used the hair dryer the seal everything – it seemed to adhere better, but tended to wrinkle or bubble up when i used it before applying. You cant be scared to really pull or stretch the wrap. It did take a few hours of work, and you must be patient with the material. Overall it probably took about 5 hours start to finish, and do not try to do this wrap alone. The wrap came with a squeegee and we also purchased another. We were very satisfied with the finished product. It was some work, but are very satisfied with the results. Everyone rubbernecks when they see us cruising our golf car around the neighborhood, and asks us where we got it painted. Most people have no idea that it is a wrap.
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Here is what he had to say about his custom wrap: Was a little intimidated when my Body wrap arrived in the mail….it got there a lot quicker than I anticipated. These guys don’t mess around, very helpful and supportive on the phone, and they get your product out to you in a flash. I’ve never taken on a project like this before, and was nervous that I was gonna screw it up. But here it is, I paid good money for it…and SOMEBODY had to put it on….so I sucked up the fear of messing up and had a beer and got to work. The golfcargraphics.com website says that the wrap can be applied without removing the body, but I figured it would be easier to do if I DID remove the body (as if I were about to paint it)…I was wrong…I now know that a golf cart body is extremely flimsy and I had to wrestle this throughout the entire time. LEAVE THE BODY ON THE CART!!!
The instruction sheet tells you which sheet is intended to go where, it wasn’t really hard to do…I have some seems I would have liked to avoid, and COULD have avoided if I would have had some practice…..By the time I was applying the last sheet…I pretty much knew what I was doing!!! Unfortunately on the first one or two, I had NO FREAKIN CLUE…but it IS fairly easy…ya just cant be scared to grab the stuff and really give it a good stretching pull…at first I was trying to be all careful and handling it delicately. But this stuff is pretty tough and NEEDS to be pulled and stretched.
Talk a buddy into buying one and help him put HIS on…then it will be a breeze to put your own on!!! 😉I’ve added some more accessories since the original photos, mainly a roll bar and windshield. Here are a couple of updated pictures.
Here it is
This was a fairly easy install, following the directions given in the video on the website. I will point out that we prepped the body surface wiping with denatured alcohol . We laid out our pieces on the cart before hand to see where coverage was not complete, cut pieces accordingly from areas of extra, and used those pieces in the incomplete areas. When ordering my wrap I requested an extra piece to cover the front of the roof. My roof was a different surface than the cart surface (more like a slick plastic surface). Because of this I sprayed it with Krylon Fusion and let dry over night before applying wrap (this was just for the roof!!) Once all pieces were cut, we peeled backing from one edge to the center, applied beginning at the center working to one edge and then to the other squeegeeing from the center out. As contact was made with the surface we heated with a hair dryer (lightly/medium heat), which made the wrap flexible and easy to adjust (especially on body contours and seams). If using the flame wrap like this one, try to plan your seams where the flame pattern is fairly jagged and you will not be able to see the seam. That’s it!!
(Hint: If your seams show a small white edge, you can take a fine point sharpie and color the edge. Also, be sure on the front to put lower filler pieces (above wheels) so top piece overlaps bottom piece.)
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