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How it startedVinyl wrapped Harley Davidson StreetBob motorcycle Shot by Steph SweeneyVinyl wrapping, for me, started when we bought our first camper van, a Mercedes Benz Viano. I stood back looking at it and decided that a dark grey just wasn’t the visual impact we were looking for. gsxr600 fairing So I looked into getting a spay job or a professional wrap, but after falling off my chair in shock at the costI decided that vinyl wrappingwell, it can’t be that hardright?This was when YouTube came into its element, a few hours later I’d watched a bunch of videos and read countless articles, harley aftermarket fairing and I vaguely felt ready to go. I committed, ordered the wrap and eagerly awaited its arrival.Having taken on the challenge there was no way I was going to give up, and yes, harley batwing fairing vinyl wrapping does take some skill and a lot of time and patience. However, it’s easily achievable as a home job. I started with the van going matt black and 4 years later changing it to matt metallic blue [I fancied a change]. It was at this point I stood looking at the leftovers and eyeing up my Harley Davidson Street Bobit was happening! 07 gsxr 600 fairings The bike was definitely harder than the van due to the contours of the tank, but it can’t have been that bad as I’ve most recently done a matt metallic red job on the Forty Eight too.