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Old 08-27-2009, 04:29 PM   #1
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Can anyone in town vinyl wrap forks?

Is there a place that knows how to vinyl wrap motorcycle forks? I'm trying to black mine out. I just don't have the skills to do so.

Something like this..

Can anyone in town vinyl wrap forks?
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Old 09-02-2009, 12:14 PM   #2
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Are you looking to have the forks wrapped off the bike? I would be concerned that the additional thickness of the vinyl might cause issues sliding the forks into the triples.

Regardless, any place that does digital vinyl wraps should be able to take care of you.

I use I45 Signs (I45, southbound feeder south of West Road) for all my vinyl work. Keith Rowe is the owner and is all about custom work and good customer service.
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Old 09-02-2009, 03:37 PM   #3
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On the bike.. I've seen a DIY that was done with the fork on the bike. Seemed like a to do. As stated, I have no skills for vinyl work.
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you could disassemble them and have the anodizing removed and re anodized black?
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I'll eventually get off my and get a quote for vinyl. If it's going to be near the cost of getting them anodized I'd rather just get them anodized.
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Are you looking to have the forks wrapped off the bike? I would be concerned that the additional thickness of the vinyl might cause issues sliding the forks into the triples.

Regardless, any place that does digital vinyl wraps should be able to take care of you.

I use I45 Signs (I45, southbound feeder south of West Road) for all my vinyl work. Keith Rowe is the owner and is all about custom work and good customer service.
What is this close to? I go to Redline Graphics by Richey and they always take care of me.
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Old 09-02-2009, 08:29 PM   #9
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dont you have to completely disassemble the forks to get them powder coated or anodized...i have wanted to change my forks to black on about 4 of my bikes, just never got around to doing it.
this vinyl thing is all new to me
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