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Old 04-29-2013, 02:26 PM   #1
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What have you used to "Camo up" your Jeep. Trying to get affordable ideas to add more camo to my TJ. I started by making my custom camo pool ball shifter. Next in line will probably be the wet okole seat covers, but they are a bit pricey. Any other ideas from you all???
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Old 04-29-2013, 05:06 PM   #2
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Old 04-29-2013, 06:01 PM   #3
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Not a jeep, but I completely restored/customized a '78 Scout about 10 yrs ago. I took the seats, door panels, and dash to a boat upholstery shop and had them re-covered in Mossy Oak for about $400, marine grade material. With the rest of the interior black and the tub painted sage green metallic, it was about as camo'd as I'd ever want a vehicle.
Side note: on that project, I learned that a spring-over lift is way more complicated than just moving the leaf mounts...
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Not a jeep, but I completely restored/customized a '78 Scout about 10 yrs ago. I took the seats, door panels, and dash to a boat upholstery shop and had them re-covered in Mossy Oak for about $400, marine grade material. With the rest of the interior black and the tub painted sage green metallic, it was about as camo'd as I'd ever want a vehicle.
Side note: on that project, I learned that a spring-over lift is way more complicated than just moving the leaf mounts...
Now that sounds like a better idea than the seat covers I had mentioned. And about the same price!!! Thanks for the idea!
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There's a site that lets you do camo fender flares!
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There's a site that lets you do camo fender flares!
Do you know the site?
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