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just interested in what sizes of rolls does everyone here readily stock. we carry 2 lines here. in our first line we carry 20's 24's 30's 40's and limo 10's. these are widths. in our top line we carry 20's and 40's. is this similar to everybody else or do you find something that works better? I used to carry 18's and 36's but I stopped that about 4 years ago. These are for cars. residential I carry the usual 36's 48's 60's and 72's.

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I used to carry nothing but 40".

Now I have a few 60" too.

I just cut it down to whatever size I need. Why have 42.17 half empty boxes laying around in different widths?

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I used to carry nothing but 40".

Now I have a few 60" too.

I just cut it down to whatever size I need.  Why have 42.17 half empty boxes laying around in different widths?

[*]367055

dude yor killin me with the 42.17 whats up with that :twocents

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dan you carry mmm too right, how long you been using it, how you like it?

[*]367067

fine dont ask me. :lol6

if you want my thoughts, ha ha ha, the fx-hp is a nice film but still a hp film, kinda greenish but not bad, heatshrinks ok

the black chrome has a noce dark chrome look, not as shiney as some others, and shrinks very nice, especially for a full metal.

the cs is beautiful, good clarity, and very easy to shrink, once you get used to it, its very thin compared to most others.

as far as durability, I had to replace a front roll up from 1 year ago with the cs and you couldnt tell any noticable changes.

and I like the scratch coating mmm is using now, but h@te the 3m mark on the film.

and I still think they are overpriced....................but the name recognition has made up for that so far.

anyway thats my :lol6

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dan you carry mmm too right, how long you been using it, how you like it?

[*]367067

fine dont ask me. :lol6

if you want my thoughts, ha ha ha, the fx-hp is a nice film but still a hp film, kinda greenish but not bad, heatshrinks ok

the black chrome has a noce dark chrome look, not as shiney as some others, and shrinks very nice, especially for a full metal.

the cs is beautiful, good clarity, and very easy to shrink, once you get used to it, its very thin compared to most others.

as far as durability, I had to replace a front roll up from 1 year ago with the cs and you couldnt tell any noticable changes.

and I like the scratch coating mmm is using now, but h@te the 3m mark on the film.

and I still think they are overpriced....................but the name recognition has made up for that so far.

anyway thats my :lol

[*]367103

a little dab will do yah and a few seconds to take them off :lol6

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thanks stripe, I only carry the cs line because of the antenna things.  I can shrink it great now, just wanted to know the durability.  the only thing I dont like is the pressure mark on top of the roll ups.  we let the customer take off the logos.

[*]367151

I guess Ive been fortunate for not getting the dredded marks. but on tight fitting gaskets Ill heat and squeegee the top edge, sometimes a little to much, then wipe with plexus before rolling up and setting the bottom.

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