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    Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Hi All,
    My liberty has a few scratches on it and i thought i may put some vinyl wrap on it. Has anyone else done this? If so, how does it last? Any certain kinds you would recommend?

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nubium  View Original Post
    Hi All,
    My liberty has a few scratches on it and i thought i may put some vinyl wrap on it. Has anyone else done this? If so, how does it last? Any certain kinds you would recommend?
    I wouldn't bother for subaquatic applications it will come off easily.

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Vinyl wrap made for off road bikes, MotoX, Trials etc is very thick and strong
    it normally comes in sheets of clear and carbon fibre finish that should stick well.
    Having used them on bikes I can say that even a power washer won't remove them.

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Here is mine I designed and it is holding up very well...will let you know further in a month or so when I head to FL.caves. I have been doing this for years now for various gear buds own. Thought I would try it out on my scrubber cover. Plus, I don't want to have the same looking stuff as everyone else.
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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Capt Morgan  View Original Post
    Vinyl wrap made for off road bikes, MotoX, Trials etc is very thick and strong
    it normally comes in sheets of clear and carbon fibre finish that should stick well.
    Having used them on bikes I can say that even a power washer won't remove them.
    Thanks for the info

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by decostanza  View Original Post
    Here is mine I designed and it is holding up very well...will let you know further in a month or so when I head to FL.caves. I have been doing this for years now for various gear buds own. Thought I would try it out on my scrubber cover. Plus, I don't want to have the same looking stuff as everyone else.

    Wow , that is definitely different from everyone else's!!!

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by decostanza  View Original Post
    Here is mine I designed and it is holding up very well...will let you know further in a month or so when I head to FL.caves. I have been doing this for years now for various gear buds own. Thought I would try it out on my scrubber cover. Plus, I don't want to have the same looking stuff as everyone else.
    That looks fantastic!

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Thank you for your compliment. I have a number of various "Japanese Warrior" themed backplates I've done as well...always garners attention at the various dive sites....
    here is what the front looks like on this one...
    Quote Originally Posted by Steverin06  View Original Post
    That looks fantastic!
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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by decostanza  View Original Post
    Thank you for your compliment. I have a number of various "Japanese Warrior" themed backplates I've done as well...always garners attention at the various dive sites....
    here is what the front looks like on this one...

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    Where'd you get those made?

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    Re: Vinyl wrap on your CCR?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steverin06  View Original Post
    Where'd you get those made?
    I design them and I have a guy that I have print them out...took me working through about six different folks to find someone that had something that would work out for what I wanted.

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