Wrap wheels and tire's look great together, don't change anything.
I'm about to do a 3M 1080 Satin Wrap on my 2009 Land Cruiser. Still planning the details including certain parts that really can't be wrapped well (ex. grill, emblems, etc.) and possibly painting them. I'll be sure to post pics but I'm at least 6 weeks away from getting this done.Can you tell us about your wrap details? I am looking at a 3M 1080 wrap at the moment but am undecided. Wanting to get some feedback on the kind you got.
I was recommended to avoid Matte wraps even though they look great. Apparently they're harder to keep clean and looking good. On the Gloss - Satin - Matte scale my custom shop recommended going with a Satin color which I'm planning to do.Just remember you have to take good care of a wrapped truck. Both my Tundra and LC are wrapped matte black. Tundra wrap is a few years old. I park it outside and I never wash it. Wrap stains pretty easy. Now it looks like s***. Just wash the truck regularly and you should be fine.
I did my hood and roof when my upward facing paint started to fail. I like it...but if I had it to do over, I’d do satin. Matte is fine, but seems prone to showing imperfections.I was recommended to avoid Matte wraps even though they look great. Apparently they're harder to keep clean and looking good. On the Gloss - Satin - Matte scale my custom shop recommended going with a Satin color which I'm planning to do.
Another advantage is vinyl’s resilience to pin striping. There is a wrapped Tacoma running around town that has the 3M 1080 vinyl. I’ve seen it after a weekend of wheeling, and it looked gnarly. A week later, there was still a couple of the bigger stripes remaining, but they were lighter and most of the striping was gone. I was quoted $2800 for a complete wrap on the 200.Forgive me if this is a dumb question: Is the green the wrap? I.e. the entire bodywork?
If so, what is the advantage of that over paint? I should think you could get the entire truck painted for $5K or so.