Fits Model Year(s):All makes and models(This is the same as our other 2" stripe rolls, just with a different color chart for additional options)
Dimensions:2 inch X 50 foot or 2 inch X 150 foot roll
Features:This is exceptionally engineered 3M, Ritrama or Avery, high performance, 2 mil cast vinyl with permanent acrylic, pressure sensitive adhesive for the most demanding OEM automotive standards. This is 'the best' in the industry. These stripes have unmatched quality and are perfect for outdoor durability on all auto, RV and marine applications . We have a wide variety of size and color choices available in various configurations.
Cut Down Service: We also offer a custom cut down service for those body shops and individuals trying to match a particular size stripe. The cut down fee is 15.00 additonal for a 50 foot roll and 30.00 additional for a 150 foot roll. Please limit one cut per roll. For the cut down service please allow a 3-5 business day lead time. Custom Cut Rolls are non returnable and non refundable.
Exterior Durability:5 to 7 years (Extend the life of your vinyl with once a month applications of 303 Aerospace Protectant. Thousands of happy customers. Sold separately)
Application Instructions: Application is best if applied in temperatures between 55 and 85 degrees fahrenheit 1. All adhesive applications must be applied to a clean surface, free of all wax, oil and grease(see our installation supplies for cleaner). 2. Remove back paper liner exposing adhesive. 3. Position striping, being careful not to stretch the vinyl. 4. Lay striping onto the application surface, then go over the entire surface gently with an application squeegee to ensure bond. 5. Carefully remove the protective premask by pulling parallel with the stripe immediately after application. 6.To assure a permanent bond please allow at least 72 hours in direct sunlight before washing or waxing.
NOTE:Having been in the auto graphics industry since the mid 80's we consider ourselves experts in the field of vinyl. Please see our FAQ section for details on the difference between high performance(cast) and intermediate(calendured) material as well as links to 3M for your own research. The details may surprise you.