I never really understood why your vehicle needs to be camo any way. Been hunting Iowa and Colorado my whole life and I have never had a camo vehicle...Guess I was just lucky right....seems like a waste of time and money but only you can decide if it's worth it its your jeep...
OUT WITH THE OLD R.I.P. 98 TJ Sport 4" Procomp lift/adjustable lower control arms and track bar **** Cepek FCII 33x12.50x15/**** Cepek DC-1 wheels
IN WITH THE NEW 05 WK LIMITED EDITION 5.7L
I just think it looks good. My ZJ is already 11 years old and the current paint is already scratched from the trails so it's not like a new showroom finish anymore. I also hunt, but I take the truck for that. That was until last year when it would not start that morning so I bored the wife's new Honda Accord. Put the deer right in the trunk, suprisingly it fit well and even closed if you pushed on the head. The wife took it well and even took my picture with the deer in the trunk.
No one's done it? They have a couple of pictures of a CJ and an XJ on the site above that is camoed out, and it looks good.
If I were to ever camo my vehicle it would be the USMC pattern. It is proven that it is the best in personal camoflage.
The rounded stuff is obsolete. It can be picked up a lot faster than the new USMC stuff by the human eye, it's UV and IR clean (no dyes or fabrics in it will show up brighter on optics).
That leafy pattern makes me ill. If you really wanna hide your vehicle, use cammy netting. You will need to add local shrubs/brush/leaves to it but if you do it right it'll be a lot harder to spot you.
Plus what do you do when you're on the trail and a tree branch or a rock peels that sticker off your jeep?
'90 XJ Laredo RE 3.5" Super Ride
'95 ZJ 5.9 Stock
NYPD Jeep Club Member #2
Marine Corps Jeep Club Member #3
So I tell the swampdonkey to sock it before I give her a trunky in the tradesman's entrance and I have her lick me yardballs.
I have seen one jeep here that had it done. I only seen him the one time but it was a cj 5 and it looked like he had the realtree pattern. It looked sharp and I have been thinking about doing it ever since. The only reason I havent is because I still have a good paint job on it and there is some other stuff I would like to do first. I say go for it, I saw one first hand and it was sharp.
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31x10.5x15 Dayton Timberline MT's
15x8 Rock Crawler Black Soft 8's
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check this site out http://www.camomyride.com/ i have not done a jeep yet but i have applied it to several hunting boats, and a couple of enclosed hunting trailers and it holds up really good for being vinyl !!!!!
i want to do digital camo on my xj. i tried it out first on a hood i got for 10 bucks. first, if done right it would look really good. you also have to get the right colors. i would suggest 4 of them. i did 3 and the colors did not go together as i planned. i used squares that measured 3.5 in. i would use like a 2 inch square. finally lots of time to ge the design just right. because my hood looked bad. really bad.
i was thinking about doing something with my old 94 XJ but my dad wanted to go cheap so i think if it happens were just buying spray paint and going old school like the camo on the old military blazers.