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Hi Hubbers, any recommendations where i can get my road bike frame fully wrapped with clear film protection? 
carbon frame and fork. Thanks in advance 

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Are you in JHB? If so drop me a PM and I'll share details of a gent who will come to you and do a complete custom wrap for your bike. 

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50 minutes ago, thebob said:

Are you in JHB? If so drop me a PM and I'll share details of a gent who will come to you and do a complete custom wrap for your bike. 

How much did he charge?

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I know Trailwolf at Taroko/Modders have a guy who comes and does the invisi wrap protection on site. About R1900 give or take. 

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1 minute ago, splat said:

Do you know if they apply the wrap for you, or is it DIY or perhaps an LBS job ?

I’ve had a few bikes wrapped by them and it’s been a breeze every time. Just shoot them a quick message on WhatsApp, and they sort everything out – they’ll pick up my bike, expertly apply a custom wrap, and bring it back. Absolutely brilliant service, no doubt about it.

And if you prefer DIY. You can grab one of their wrap kits off their website and have a go at it yourself. They've got these cool generic wraps as well.

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On 11/29/2023 at 10:18 AM, Dappere said:

I’ve had a few bikes wrapped by them and it’s been a breeze every time. Just shoot them a quick message on WhatsApp, and they sort everything out – they’ll pick up my bike, expertly apply a custom wrap, and bring it back. Absolutely brilliant service, no doubt about it.

And if you prefer DIY. You can grab one of their wrap kits off their website and have a go at it yourself. They've got these cool generic wraps as well.

I just had my road frame done by the Armour-Ride guys.
Pretty smooth and easy process (as described above)
I would post pics, but you cant see anything 🤣

Would recommend 👍 

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So my dad managed to knock over my armour-ride protected bike and it scratched the top tube on a metal clothes hanger.

I was obviously quite bleak, but after one ride the scratch was gone. What happens is that as the protective layer heats up, it re-fuses together, self-healing itself and making any (non-massive) blemishes go away.

 

I was very impressed, and glad I'd shelled out the cash to have the protection done.

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