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2015 WRAPS

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2015 I WRAPS I 91 I typically install a 48' trailer by myself in one day. The way I go about the install is that I set up my ladders and expandable walk board at the rear of one side of the trailer so I can work going forward. I know that once I am up on my walk board, I can install three 48"-wide panels at a time before I have to move my ladders. If you can figure out a way that works for you where you are not adding a bunch of running around time, or unneeded movements (i.e. extra trips up and down ladders), you will become more efficient with your installs too, and make more money in the long run. Here's how I go about it. After I have all the panels laid down, I go back and bust all the rivets, cut my trailer panel overlaps, trim excess material, and voila! The trailer side is finished. Grand Rapids, MI • Detroit, MI • Chicago, IL • Davenport, IA Find the Latest Wrap Supplies & Pricing

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