We used the vinyl wraps from Arctic FX Graphics which are supposedly some of the best quality wraps in the business.
They should hold up very well especially if you aren't an aggressive rider. They use a 9mill hi-impact ultra-gloss over laminate that protects it in all types of weather. It is also 4mil UV-resistant and has a 2mill strong hi-bond adhesive with air pass technology that makes it easy for installation while keeping bubbles out.
From our experience, customers love them. We are able to get designs in just about any color.
Wrap is pretty cool, I take it they laminated it to allow it to hold upto abuse? Friend owns a sign business and when wraps got into the picture he did some experiments to check durability on roundy round (mud packers) race cars. Unlaminated wraps didn't last long at all, the mud and rocks, then serious pwr washing wore the ink right off the dragonskin vinyl. So he bought the $30k laminator and said that was the key to longevity.
And yeah, the wrap is very misleading lol, people will take it at face value and think the atv is American made, in which case they stopped being so in 2010.
I think all atv manufacturers say no pressure washing!! Garden hose wash only , it these hold up well as stated prior they are extremely thick and durable I have no complaints of quality , I believe this particular brand is rated on of the best
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