Finished Tailgate Wrap, Hood Wrap, & Decals

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2021 F350 Lariat Blackout Ultimate Tremor (Diesel) + Ultimate Trailer Tow
The hood letters are the Tufskinz - Carbon Fiber Domed ($50)
The hood wrap is a matte black vinyl done by a local company. ($175)
The tailgate "Super Duty" letters came from Amazon - Decal Mods Store - Matte Black ($20)
The tailgate "TREMOR" is an 11" vinyl from Vinylines.com ($16)
The tailgate matte black wrap is the same material as the hood and was done by the same local company. ($175)
I also tinted the front windows with 35% ceramic and limo on the visor.
The bed cover is the Bakflip MX4 which I had on my last truck and so I know I like it.
On the inside I also did the Tufskinz glove box letter inserts in carbon fiber.
Today I ordered the TREMOR steering wheel decal from Etsy to replace the blue Ford decal.
I have a bench seat in the front so I can fit my wife and all 4 kids, so I got the Maxliner Floor mats that go all the way over the front hump in the floor. Last week I took the kids snow skiing and it worked perfect.

Next I want to add some additional reverse lights. Maybe the Rigid ones connect to the Upfitter switches. I'm open to suggestions. I like the look of a rectangular light rather than a square one but I wasn't sure if I could trust something from Amazon and I also don't know if I need a wiring harness. I'm all ears for those that have suggestions. I'm also considering a 10"-13" light bar in the space of the front bumper where the license plate was and where a winch would go. If anyone has a good suggestion for that, please share. The other idea I love is from another Tremor owner that ran a 12v outlet and USB plugs to the bed of the truck near the tailgate. This is all on my to-do list.
 

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I’d like ordering details please.
Looked great!
At Vinylines.com they have 8 different style variations of the Tremor logo with about 12 different colors to choose from. Click Here. I went with the Solid Center And Outline in matte black. I ordered it in 11" length. It is $1 per inch, so $11 plus $5 shipping. I probably should have ordered a few of them. I am concerned that because it is so small, some of the thin lines will have a hard time staying on through multiple car washes. Time will tell. The good news is that it can easily be removed or replaced.
 
At Vinylines.com they have 8 different style variations of the Tremor logo with about 12 different colors to choose from. Click Here. I went with the Solid Center And Outline in matte black. I ordered it in 11" length. It is $1 per inch, so $11 plus $5 shipping. I probably should have ordered a few of them. I am concerned that because it is so small, some of the thin lines will have a hard time staying on through multiple car washes. Time will tell. The good news is that it can easily be removed or replaced.
Thanks!!?
 
It really does look good, ence51!
 
so you can wire up to the upfitter switch or your reverse lights but a wiring harness makes it easy to wire but you could build your oh wiring harness thats what i do ... but i have a wiring background ....also i have the rigid pods but i for some free lights from fuklightbars they are sponsoring the truck and they gave me lights that are like the rigid light but i havent had them long enough to recommend them but rigid lights come with a wiring harness with them at least my light pod pairs did ... i used the harness but cut it and plugged in the way i wanted, but rigid does cost alot more and the fuklightbars are alot cheaper but they don't come with wiring harness have to buy it if you want it .... for me i was fine with no wiring harness ... and i built my own but thats my info for you..
 
so you can wire up to the upfitter switch or your reverse lights but a wiring harness makes it easy to wire but you could build your oh wiring harness thats what i do ... but i have a wiring background ....also i have the rigid pods but i for some free lights from fuklightbars they are sponsoring the truck and they gave me lights that are like the rigid light but i havent had them long enough to recommend them but rigid lights come with a wiring harness with them at least my light pod pairs did ... i used the harness but cut it and plugged in the way i wanted, but rigid does cost alot more and the fuklightbars are alot cheaper but they don't come with wiring harness have to buy it if you want it .... for me i was fine with no wiring harness ... and i built my own but thats my info for you..
If I purchase a pair of reverse lights, and each light has a pig tail with one red and one black wire, can I just connect the red wires together and then splice that connection to a new wire that runs up to the upfitter box, and do the same for the black wires except connect them to a ground or the negative of the battery? Is it more complicated than that?
 
If I purchase a pair of reverse lights, and each light has a pig tail with one red and one black wire, can I just connect the red wires together and then splice that connection to a new wire that runs up to the upfitter box, and do the same for the black wires except connect them to a ground or the negative of the battery? Is it more complicated than that?
No that is exactly how you would do it... And the lights both brands I have have had there own plug and I cut the plug and the red and black wire were easy to figure out ... They were marked red and black ... But yes you can ground black wire wherever you want and red wires going to whatever power source you want

Also the upfitter box is under the good but also there are wires for the switches in a second location in the passenger side foot well
 
The hood letters are the Tufskinz - Carbon Fiber Domed ($50)
The hood wrap is a matte black vinyl done by a local company. ($175)
The tailgate "Super Duty" letters came from Amazon - Decal Mods Store - Matte Black ($20)
The tailgate "TREMOR" is an 11" vinyl from Vinylines.com ($16)
The tailgate matte black wrap is the same material as the hood and was done by the same local company. ($175)
I also tinted the front windows with 35% ceramic and limo on the visor.
The bed cover is the Bakflip MX4 which I had on my last truck and so I know I like it.
On the inside I also did the Tufskinz glove box letter inserts in carbon fiber.
Today I ordered the TREMOR steering wheel decal from Etsy to replace the blue Ford decal.
I have a bench seat in the front so I can fit my wife and all 4 kids, so I got the Maxliner Floor mats that go all the way over the front hump in the floor. Last week I took the kids snow skiing and it worked perfect.

Next I want to add some additional reverse lights. Maybe the Rigid ones connect to the Upfitter switches. I'm open to suggestions. I like the look of a rectangular light rather than a square one but I wasn't sure if I could trust something from Amazon and I also don't know if I need a wiring harness. I'm all ears for those that have suggestions. I'm also considering a 10"-13" light bar in the space of the front bumper where the license plate was and where a winch would go. If anyone has a good suggestion for that, please share. The other idea I love is from another Tremor owner that ran a 12v outlet and USB plugs to the bed of the truck near the tailgate. This is all on my to-do list.
I need somebody to help me out on this one. I got all the cup holder inserts from Tuskinz but this one doesn’t fit anywhere. Is this a mistake on what was sent me or a design for a different model?

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So I know just about exactly nothing about wraps, when you say $175 was that for both the hood and tailgate or each? How long do they last for?
 
I need somebody to help me out on this one. I got all the cup holder inserts from Tuskinz but this one doesn’t fit anywhere. Is this a mistake on what was sent me or a design for a different model?

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I think that goes in where the USB ports are.
 
So I know just about exactly nothing about wraps, when you say $175 was that for both the hood and tailgate or each? How long do they last for?
They were $175 each. I don’t know how long they last. Mine is one year old and still looks the same as day one. I’m not sure if they will last five years or 10 years but I’m guessing somewhere in the middle.
 
So I know just about exactly nothing about wraps, when you say $175 was that for both the hood and tailgate or each? How long do they last for?
If they’re reasonable quality and put down professionally, they should last until you get tired of them. I’m at six years and counting on three vehicles. However, I have been told they can be susceptible to lifting under high pressure spray, think using a high pressure wand inadvertently aimed at a corner. However, a typical automated carwash has had no effect on mine, excluding the Tahoe which is hand washed due to the design. Designs such as the attached that have points do tend to lift more easily, so washing and drying need to be more careful.
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The hood letters are the Tufskinz - Carbon Fiber Domed ($50)
The hood wrap is a matte black vinyl done by a local company. ($175)
The tailgate "Super Duty" letters came from Amazon - Decal Mods Store - Matte Black ($20)
The tailgate "TREMOR" is an 11" vinyl from Vinylines.com ($16)
The tailgate matte black wrap is the same material as the hood and was done by the same local company. ($175)
I also tinted the front windows with 35% ceramic and limo on the visor.
The bed cover is the Bakflip MX4 which I had on my last truck and so I know I like it.
On the inside I also did the Tufskinz glove box letter inserts in carbon fiber.
Today I ordered the TREMOR steering wheel decal from Etsy to replace the blue Ford decal.
I have a bench seat in the front so I can fit my wife and all 4 kids, so I got the Maxliner Floor mats that go all the way over the front hump in the floor. Last week I took the kids snow skiing and it worked perfect.

Next I want to add some additional reverse lights. Maybe the Rigid ones connect to the Upfitter switches. I'm open to suggestions. I like the look of a rectangular light rather than a square one but I wasn't sure if I could trust something from Amazon and I also don't know if I need a wiring harness. I'm all ears for those that have suggestions. I'm also considering a 10"-13" light bar in the space of the front bumper where the license plate was and where a winch would go. If anyone has a good suggestion for that, please share. The other idea I love is from another Tremor owner that ran a 12v outlet and USB plugs to the bed of the truck near the tailgate. This is all on my to-do list.
Love the storm trooper look, well done
 
@Utah Tremor can you do a more close up of the carbon fiber on hood, trying to decide between black matte and carbon
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Hopefully these are helpful. I like the carbon fiber. I feels like it has a little more pop to it and also does a good job at tying together the gloss black of the grill and the matte black of the hood.
 
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