I agree.....Originally posted by Ulysses 2@Jul 25 2005, 03:13 PM
You dont have to do a full wrap on every car, people aare real misinformed on this. Its true that if you reinforce 1 place the stress goes somewhere else but that doesnt mean youre goona see any noticeable damage.
You gotta know what youre gonna do with the car, if you want an example, look at Cadillac Bobs build up on his 91 Bruogham he was hopping that car 40'' before the car started showing any damage. Layedback Luxuries also hops his Cutlass over 40" regularly, also on just a partial wrap.
I guess what im saying is a full wrap is best, but if done right, and you dont do more than the car will handle the stess point wrap may work well for you. It does on my Caddy and it stands 3 and hops about 35".
just buy my frame, fully wrapped and molded...never been on a carOriginally posted by mounch@Jul 25 2005, 08:51 PM
Can you do a partial wrap without taking the body off? And just cover as much as you can get to??
I have the engine out anyway, so im fine to wrap the frame all along there.
How thick should the metal be anyway? I think i heard 3 or 4mm?
It would be nice to have the whole frame wrapped but i just don't have enough room to keep the body around..