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Unread 02-23-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone has had a golf cart dipped and how much it cost I was gonna wrap it but everyone keeps elling me it's a pain in the well you know
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Unread 02-24-2010, 08:18 AM   #2
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Its takes two 4x5 sheets to wrap an EZGO. Or 40sq foot. It is a pain in the rear. But, the dipped body parts will scratch and come off a lot faster. Most of the manufacturers have a 5 year warranty on the vinyl. If you have a business close to you that does vinyl, that is your best bet. They will prime everything, aswell as warranty to work. I have done a few of these over the years. Also, you can have it clear coated and it will last the life of the cart. Hope this helps and GOOD LUCK!
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Unread 02-24-2010, 09:01 AM   #3
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I was wondering if anyone has had a golf cart dipped and how much it cost I was gonna wrap it but everyone keeps elling me it's a pain in the well you know
I bought stencils and camo paint. Took less than a case...I mean a day,, to paint. Next to do are the seats.
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Unread 02-24-2010, 09:33 AM   #4
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Painting it with a good quality paint is a good idea too. If you scratch it, you can always have a quick and easy fix! Nice work.
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I bought stencils and camo paint. Took less than a case...I mean a day,, to paint. Next to do are the seats.
what stencils did you get? if the pic in your name is it, that is a nice stencil.
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what stencils did you get? if the pic in your name is it, that is a nice stencil.

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what stencils did you get? if the pic in your name is it, that is a nice stencil.
Yup, that's my buggy. I got the stencil from a company that is not a sponsor on this site. Don't know if it's ok to post them or not. You can PM me, or just google the hell out of it.
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and by the by I am NOT the artistic type. It was that easy!
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I found a svg file of some camo i was going to use my wifes Circuit and see if i could make my own stencil but im not sure if i can get layers out of the svg file. What kind of paint was it just camo colored or actual "camo" paint?
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I found a svg file of some camo i was going to use my wifes Circuit and see if i could make my own stencil but im not sure if i can get layers out of the svg file. What kind of paint was it just camo colored or actual "camo" paint?
it's called camo paint, from Wally World. It's a flat, not gloss paint. I used 3 colors, black, green and light brown. I also just left the white body color. Painted right on it.
I thought about clear coating but it would shine too much in the woods. And yes, if it gets scratched, whip out the stencil and add a little paint!
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