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Old 06-30-2012, 11:14 AM
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Default Wrapped some parts in 3M 1080 Carbon and Black Brushed Metal

Hey guys,
Here are some pics of some work I've done over the last few weeks. Along with changing my LED backlighting to green.

The film used is 3M 1080 Carbon - Black, and 3M 1080 Brushed Metal - Black



















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Old 06-30-2012, 01:41 PM
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Nice!
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very nice work!
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Very Nice
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Good job. If you ever decide to go real carbon, shoot me a message. I can help with that.
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that looks fantastic!!! should have been a factory option!
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Looks good man!
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Thats one of the best looking wrap jobs I have ever seen. Did it take a long time? Is the stuff hard to work?
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Yep you just made up my mind gonna do ours now. Looks great.
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That is some awesome work. How difficult was it to do? What tools did you use the get it to crease around edges and gaps? You might want to be inclined to get some side work customers off of this, this looks profitable...
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