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    Anyone have experience with Cruz Armor - or other clear bra installers?

    Getting a new bike soon and want to wrap it - anybody have any suggestions where to get a bike wrapped? Thanks!

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    I've used Invisiframe. It's easy to install yourself and offers adequate protection. It's precut and specific to each bike make/model, so it's more expensive than a roll of helicopter tape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coal-Cracker View Post
    I've used Invisiframe. It's easy to install yourself and offers adequate protection. It's precut and specific to each bike make/model, so it's more expensive than a roll of helicopter tape.

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    Thanks for the reply! I've seen their kits, along with RideWraps too. I just am not good with tedious projects like this. Would rather pay someone.

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    There is a guy right down the street from me.
    I'm sick of all the Irish stereotypes, as soon as I finish this beer I"m punching someone

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    It's probable an LBS will install an Invisiframe kit for you. Here they'd probably charge $75 for the installation.
    Do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiantsfan View Post
    There is a guy right down the street from me.
    This guy installs Invisiframe? Where at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Rager View Post
    It's probable an LBS will install an Invisiframe kit for you. Here they'd probably charge $75 for the installation.
    I'll reach out. Thanks

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    He's like two blocks up and three blocks over. next to the doughnut shop.
    I'm sick of all the Irish stereotypes, as soon as I finish this beer I"m punching someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiantsfan View Post
    He's like two blocks up and three blocks over. next to the doughnut shop.
    Oh I see - does a troll visit the donut shop too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLmtn01 View Post
    Oh I see - does a troll visit the donut shop too?
    No, trolls are more Chicken McNuggets kind of guys.
    What's wrong with him??

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