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we do these and they can be done in vinyl, and there are a few things that can be done to help make them last longer.
I would expect them to last 3-6 years depending on how crazy you plow and how well you take care of your equipment.
Quote[/b] (Team Gopher @ Jan. 28 2007,2:37)]Do you have to spray over the signs with a clear paint? Or no?
Do you have any pictures of the plows you have done? That is a great product idea to sell.
No, You dont have to.
We can put a clear film over it that will help them last a little longer.
But IMO i would just put the vinyl on there and look at it as a ever othr year expense..or maybe every 3 or 4 years depending on whos in the driver seat.
the cost of it starts at about $50 without install or shipping.
I am sure we have some pictures somewhere, its just a matter of finding some. I will try to find some and post a few.
Here is a quote of part of an email we got from Mark of "Marks Premier Landscaping" after the fist snow with the vinyl on his plows.
I think it says it all...
"those numbers are awesome, the snow doesnt stick to the plow as much either. You should patent the idea or something, give it 2 years and everyone will have it. haha, AND they already paid for themselves by people seeing them.
Thanks Mark, We appreciate doing business with you!
I love it. May I also add, we had a past storm of 8-12 inches in spots, and that truck went throught 3 tanks of gas and over 30+ hours of plowing and it still looks brand new, none of the vynil came off, and it helped the snow not stick to it.
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