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Green Flame golf car vinyl wrap.. applied by first time user

custom golf car wrap in slimy green produced by Powersportswraps.comgolf cart wrap.. green flame applied by fist time user Powersportswraps.com

Here is a few photos from Trevor who did his application himself.  Why paint when you can wrap??  Yes, for the same or less than custom paint you can wrap your complete golf car with our custom golf cart wraps.  We have a huge selection to choose from with hundreds of design styles.  We can also produce custom decals just for you per your request.  This flame Slimy Grimy Green can be purchased as a golf car kit for ease of application.  It comes ready to apply just for a golf car or you can purchase by the sheet depending on your needs.    Shop our huge wrap selection here.

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Flame Wrap Slimy Grimy Green, Green Flame Body Skinz, golf cart wrap

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All new Slimy Grimy Green Flame wrap.  This photo was submitted by one of our happy customers in Louisiana.  He wanted a custom wrap that had the look of a custom paint job without the high cost of air brushing.  This is just one of may uses of our Flame wraps.  Our flame wraps  can be applied to all types of power sports equipment.  Here is a link to our custom Digital Flame wrap section.   Remember… don’t get burned by imposter’s be sure to choose POWERSPORTSWRAPS.COM for all your Flame wrap needs.  

Here is what he had to say about his custom wrap:   Was a little intimidated when my Bodyskinz wrap arrived in the mail….it got there alot quicker than I anticipated. These guys dont mess around, very helpfull and supportive on the phone, and they get your product out to you in a flash.Ive 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 galfcargraphics 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 wasnt 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 carefull 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!!! 😉
Ive added some more accessories since the original photos, mainly a roll bar and windshield. heres a couple of updated pictures.

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