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Hi All 

 

Im looking for a JHB based company who can assist with Frame protection 

 

i see cycle lab sell frame protection  kits etc, but i would like this applied by a proffesional  

 

any advice ?  

 

 

similar to this .. https://armour-ride.com/

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These guys just did mine in Durban and it's amazing. Full coverage if you give them just the frame, but they can do it with a fully built bike too. I see there's one in Midrand. I did also put the honeycomb All Mountain kit on myself from Trailtech, just to add a bit of bling. It's actually so easy, and took 20minutes.

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Sorry, and just to add, the VPS protection may protect from small dings and scratches, but it didn't hold up to being mounted on my tailgate cover. It scuffed it properly. Hence the reason I put on the heavier duty All mountain stuff in places that could have harder wear

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These guys just did mine in Durban and it's amazing. Full coverage if you give them just the frame, but they can do it with a fully built bike too. I see there's one in Midrand. I did also put the honeycomb All Mountain kit on myself from Trailtech, just to add a bit of bling. It's actually so easy, and took 20minutes.

Who did yours in DBN bud, please sure details
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These guys just did mine in Durban and it's amazing. Full coverage if you give them just the frame, but they can do it with a fully built bike too. I see there's one in Midrand. I did also put the honeycomb All Mountain kit on myself from Trailtech, just to add a bit of bling. It's actually so easy, and took 20minutes.

hey bud ! please leave the details for the midrand people?! 

 

thanks in advance! 

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Ahh sorry guys, i'm such an idiot. Forgot to paste the link.

 

https://www.vpsprotection.co.za/

 

They have branches in JHB. I was thoroughly impressed by the job the Durban branch did. Cost R1500 for the whole bike, including forks.

 

I can imagine that all the straightish tubes would be easy to apply to but how did they treat the Headtube and BB ?

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I can imagine that all the straightish tubes would be easy to apply to but how did they treat the Headtube and BB ?

So I thought maybe to post pics of the wrap instead so you can see for yourself. I was pleased with attention to detail, but just not sure on the longevity of the VPS, hence why I still added the All Mountain stuff. You can see the seams where they had to wrap around sections.

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