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Tesla Wrapping

Discussion in 'Model S' started by michael_yunick, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. michael_yunick

    michael_yunick New Member

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    I am Considering wrapping my current tesla and replacing my wheels (possibly selling my current 21" grey turbines). Have any of you all ever wrapped your tesla or have any luck selling your wheels? ( with sport cup tires)
     
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  3. Lloyd

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    #3 Lloyd, Jan 4, 2016
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    Different king of wrap :biggrin: but is appropriate here

     
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  4. pulmcc

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    Wrap with PPF for protection or wrap for color change? One easy way to sell wheels is to get onto a local Tesla Facebook forum and post the wheels for sale.
     
  5. P85D

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    NW auto salon blacked out all my tint with a wrap. The Tesla on the right(not mine) was full wrapped, looked great. You could call these guys and talk to them.

    P85D
     
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    I highly recommend wrapping your Tesla in terms of protecting your paint, however I would make sure to go to a reputable shop. Wrap has worked wonders for me, especially a clear bra, but I would pay extra just to have it done at a good shop and avoid complications such as peeling and bubbles.
     

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