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  1. Matt Wood
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    Are you seriously thinking about putting it on the roof? If you have the money to spend, go for it. If not, spend it elsewhere
  2. jwfoulk12
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    Your stupit :)
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    I'm the type of guy that will keep a truck for 15+ years. With that in mind no expense has been spared on this build. Its been a long time coming and we are getting close! So while nobody will hardly ever see the robot on the roof, the days I look down from cleaning a second story and see my truck sitting out there looking so bad ass... It will be worth it!
  4. Desk Jockey
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    I don't care for the text over the front window. It becomes too much. If you feel it's needed see what it looks like in a smaller point size.
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    Heres the 3 finals I'm looking at. Only the side is different. One of the numbers in the back will be different but thats it.
  6. hogjowl
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    That robot is stupid
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  7. Matt Wood
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    I like the first one. But why do you need two phone numbers on the back door? Technology today should allow us to need only one number on display
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    This one.

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    2 numbers for 2 different area codes. I want to appear local to both.
  10. Matt Wood
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    I just think it'll be easier for the person driving behind you to remember one bigger number. With your awesome logo, I don't think they'll care if you're local or not
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    Hmmm you may be right. I live right at the edge of the 2 area codes but the bigest town, the one I want to do more work (which is a college town) in is a different area code.
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  12. Nate The Great
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    #2 and #3 look good.. I do like the green accent on the bottom.. Kinda makes it easier to read..

    If both phone #'s worked for you before, I'd put it back on imho.. Don't mess with something that works..
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    I think you need those weird ground effect lights and I like the robot. He ought to be pushing a wand.

    If you drive theough Kansas City, make sure you have a low rider kit installed.
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    HEY! :lol:
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    LOL
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    Put a Navy Admiral's hat on Robbie, that will shut him up.
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    We put logos on the roof. Easily legible from 40 floors up, and stands out from everything else from anywhere the roof can be seen.
    I like your look. Nice job.
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    If you are going to do that on the roof it needs a Company name and phone or website.
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    The hood is visible from above as well with the name.
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    I think the roof advertising is great. I agree with Bob, put your name, number or website on it. Traffic helicopters will love it.
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