Underground Graphics is here!

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Hello fellow 392 enthusiasts! Well, it only took a year, but i'm finally here. Honestly, i'm not the best at tech and forums, but will do my best here. I will say as well, the best way to reach me with business inquiries is direct by phone, or email. OK, so now the fun stuff!
I ordereed my first Jeep, a 2020 Gladiator back in July of 2019, delivered end of September and the next day had a 2" Mopar Lift and 37" wheels. It was not a Rubicon, but still I instantly fell in love, not only with the Jeep but the community and the culture. It quickly took over my direction at work and pushed us into new directions. Last year, we purchased our Jeep 392. Gotta say, I wish the Gladiator ws offered with the V8, things cold have been different. However, I absolutely love the Sky One-Touch and nimble feel of the JL over the JT. Needless to say, we are VERY focused on the Jeep market. We make all our own templates and designs. Everything is tested on our own vehicles for proper fitment. All our graphics are cut or printed on premium cast wrap vinyl (3M, Avery, Orafol) making for easy DRY installations. Additionally, we make YouTube videos of (almost) all our products for installation demos. The Jeep 392 serves as one of our shop vehicles and my personal favorite to enjoy as much as I can. I intend to keep this as long as I can, and keep making great graphic prodocts on this platform. I do encourage you, if you want something custom or unique, don't hesitate to ask. We love doing custom work. Well, that may be it for now for my introduction, so i'll leave you with a handful of photos of my 392.

Greg :)


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We had Greg and his team do my graphics at his shop several months ago and the whole experience was excellent. Everyone in his shop was very pleasant and answered any questions I had.
 
I too have been an underground graphics customer, and have been very happy with their product, support and pricing. Highly encourage others to give them a try.

Welcome to the forum!
 
Thanks for being part of the forum Greg.

I can’t say that I’ve read anywhere with certainty which 8000 lb. Warn winch model comes as an option on the ‘24 Wrangler… do you happen to know which of your winch decal sets fits best with the factory Warn winch now available through Jeep?

Also, do you by chance offer any type of 392 bronze American flag version of your fender vent decals?

Thanks!
 
Welcome to the forum! I’ve had Underground products on both the Jeep and Ram and love the quality material they use.
 
Hello fellow 392 enthusiasts! Well, it only took a year, but i'm finally here. Honestly, i'm not the best at tech and forums, but will do my best here. I will say as well, the best way to reach me with business inquiries is direct by phone, or email. OK, so now the fun stuff!
I ordereed my first Jeep, a 2020 Gladiator back in July of 2019, delivered end of September and the next day had a 2" Mopar Lift and 37" wheels. It was not a Rubicon, but still I instantly fell in love, not only with the Jeep but the community and the culture. It quickly took over my direction at work and pushed us into new directions. Last year, we purchased our Jeep 392. Gotta say, I wish the Gladiator ws offered with the V8, things cold have been different. However, I absolutely love the Sky One-Touch and nimble feel of the JL over the JT. Needless to say, we are VERY focused on the Jeep market. We make all our own templates and designs. Everything is tested on our own vehicles for proper fitment. All our graphics are cut or printed on premium cast wrap vinyl (3M, Avery, Orafol) making for easy DRY installations. Additionally, we make YouTube videos of (almost) all our products for installation demos. The Jeep 392 serves as one of our shop vehicles and my personal favorite to enjoy as much as I can. I intend to keep this as long as I can, and keep making great graphic prodocts on this platform. I do encourage you, if you want something custom or unique, don't hesitate to ask. We love doing custom work. Well, that may be it for now for my introduction, so i'll leave you with a handful of photos of my 392.

Greg :)


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Hello fellow 392 enthusiasts! Well, it only took a year, but i'm finally here. Honestly, i'm not the best at tech and forums, but will do my best here. I will say as well, the best way to reach me with business inquiries is direct by phone, or email. OK, so now the fun stuff!
I ordereed my first Jeep, a 2020 Gladiator back in July of 2019, delivered end of September and the next day had a 2" Mopar Lift and 37" wheels. It was not a Rubicon, but still I instantly fell in love, not only with the Jeep but the community and the culture. It quickly took over my direction at work and pushed us into new directions. Last year, we purchased our Jeep 392. Gotta say, I wish the Gladiator ws offered with the V8, things cold have been different. However, I absolutely love the Sky One-Touch and nimble feel of the JL over the JT. Needless to say, we are VERY focused on the Jeep market. We make all our own templates and designs. Everything is tested on our own vehicles for proper fitment. All our graphics are cut or printed on premium cast wrap vinyl (3M, Avery, Orafol) making for easy DRY installations. Additionally, we make YouTube videos of (almost) all our products for installation demos. The Jeep 392 serves as one of our shop vehicles and my personal favorite to enjoy as much as I can. I intend to keep this as long as I can, and keep making great graphic prodocts on this platform. I do encourage you, if you want something custom or unique, don't hesitate to ask. We love doing custom work. Well, that may be it for now for my introduction, so i'll leave you with a handful of photos of my 392.

Greg :)


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Can you get and use a material that is removable and (semi) reusable? Wann get some custom Halloween decals made up, but ideally be reuseable. At least a few times.. so probably not vinyl.
 
Thanks for being part of the forum Greg.

I can’t say that I’ve read anywhere with certainty which 8000 lb. Warn winch model comes as an option on the ‘24 Wrangler… do you happen to know which of your winch decal sets fits best with the factory Warn winch now available through Jeep?

Also, do you by chance offer any type of 392 bronze American flag version of your fender vent decals?

Thanks!
As far as I know they are using the Zeon series. Our shop sees mostly Evo and Zeon, and we have both available.

Yes, we do have the flag fender vent decals as well. (be sure it's bronze you want, we do 99% more gold than actual bronze) If yuou're uncertain, please call me direct and I'd be happy to discuss the whole "Bronze vs. Gold 392" thing. LOL

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Greg :)
 
Can you get and use a material that is removable and (semi) reusable? Wann get some custom Halloween decals made up, but ideally be reuseable. At least a few times.. so probably not vinyl.
We use a very low-tac vinyl for track day cars, ones that can't use a magnetic. They seem ot work well, at least a handful of events before they lose the "tack". Shoot me an email direct nad i'd be happy to quote you and further discuss.

Greg :)
 
I cannot recommend Greg and the team at Under Ground Graphics enough when I started my build. They worked with me, even though I am based in Dubai, UAE, and were extremely helpful through the entire process.

Will be reaching out to them again when the time comes for my new build.
 
Hi! How much editing can you do inhouse? I'd like this original Bengals logo done for my sis-in law's 2015 Jeep- for the hard top glass. I don't know if I can find a high-res version. Of course the tan and "swooshes" would need to come out. Just want the tiger and the helmet.
 

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Hi! How much editing can you do inhouse? I'd like this original Bengals logo done for my sis-in law's 2015 Jeep- for the hard top glass. I don't know if I can find a high-res version. Of course the tan and "swooshes" would need to come out. Just want the tiger and the helmet.
Yes, we can clean this up and make a decal out of it. I'd estimate about 30-45 minutes, plus the material (I assume one for each side).
Figure $125.00 + shipping. LMK!

Greg :)
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Hey! Sorry it took so long to respond! What size would that be?
Not sure at the moment its a good idea to advertise being a Bengals fan but hey...Bengals fans are used to that. (We are from Cincinnati)
 
I was on the fence on what to put on the rear of the rig to identify it as a 392. I didn’t want to put the hood emblem back there so I reached out to UG. I think it came out pretty good. Turnaround time from order to delivery was under a week.
 

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Hey! Sorry it took so long to respond! What size would that be?
Not sure at the moment its a good idea to advertise being a Bengals fan but hey...Bengals fans are used to that. (We are from Cincinnati)
We can make that basically whatever size you need. Bu I based that on 24"
 
Special shout out to Greg at Underground. The Bengals logo for my sis-in law's Jeep was produced and shipped with a very fast turnaround- without my asking for them to do so. It turned out perfect and made it before Christmas. They even added some of her existing images on the Jeep to the proof- which was almost as much fun as the logo. My brother probably won't get it installed for a while but I wanted to still show the work.
Thanks Underground! Up next....how to get 470 horses on printable image. ;)
 

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