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Old 05-24-2013, 10:42 PM   #1
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Camo Wrap (Photos)

looking on craigslist for some 33x12.50x15 tires.. and came across this jeep..

Has anyone done a wrap, and whats the damages on something like that?!

Lets see yours if you did one
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Old 05-24-2013, 10:47 PM   #2
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Have not done it to mine but would really like to. On camo4u.com you can get a kit that has 120sq. For $450.00 check out their site lots of patterns to choose from

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Have not done it to mine but would really like to. On camo4u.com you can get a kit that has 120sq. For $450.00 check out their site lots of patterns to choose from
Cut to specs or just the sheets?
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I'm gunna say its on a roll because it says there's enough to do a jeep or vehicle similar in size
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I'm gunna say its on a roll because it says there's enough to do a jeep or vehicle similar in size
Gotcha. Let me check my price
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Old 05-25-2013, 08:19 AM   #6
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I would have to have someone do it.. Idk how to vinyl wrap
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I would have to have someone do it.. Idk how to vinyl wrap
Admitting defeat before you even try???
Bahhh, vinyl wrapping something isnt that hard. I think most places use a soap/ water solution to keep it from sticking to get your placement then use a squeegee to press the water out. Ive done countless wood grain kits on those horrid PT Cruisers... Easy peasy.
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Here's an easy, replaceable!, camo for you.

Plasti-Dip

Spray a little here and some there over a basic layer and bam, you have camo.

Now the greatest thing is, Plasti-Dip peels off easily when done.
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Here's an easy, replaceable!, camo for you.

Plasti-Dip

Spray a little here and some there over a basic layer and bam, you have camo.

Now the greatest thing is, Plasti-Dip peels off easily when done.
I would want it to be a perfect woods camo though
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I Cano wrapped my jeep a while ago and removed it within a year, http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/no-m...mo-201192.html
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will cost you about 600

Full Vehicle Mossy Oak Camo Kits

i want to do it my self just like the guys jeep above my post.. but paint all the black ( fender flars bumbers door handles ect) hunter orange.. then do some in my das to paint speakers and vents orange and wrap the rest
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Wait.... theres a Jeep there?? All I can see is tires and a roof! Damn good camo!
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I've posted this before, but I vinyl wrapped my R6 last September sometime and it's held up nicely... Don't say you can't do it unless you've tried it, it's a lot easier then you would think
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I was hoping for pink zebra stripes ;-)
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I was hoping for pink zebra stripes ;-)
That would only be considered Camo in Beverly Hills. Maybe Vegas.
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With my luck I would park it to go take a wizz then not be able to find the Jeep. 5 days later my body would be hauled out of the woods by search and rescue. Now if were my girl driving the same thing would happen but while she is visiting central park.
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Do you have to register this with the dmv as a change in vehicle color?
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With my luck I would park it to go take a wizz then not be able to find the Jeep. 5 days later my body would be hauled out of the woods by search and rescue. Now if were my girl driving the same thing would happen but while she is visiting central park.
No joke we had a guy do that this past hunting season, drove into the woods on his camo'd Mule left it and walked on in to his stand. Went to leave and spent 3 days looking for it.

Now ever time I see him he has a GPS unit in his hand "Practicing" for this season.
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