hubdeep that looks pretty sweet and very similar to advantage max4 which is my favorite camo pattern
'00 TJ, 4.0, nv3550 spd, E-lockers Front and Rear, 4.88 gears. Homebuilt Bumpers/ tube doors.. Homebuilt Long Arm in the making... 35 inch MT-R's ordered[QUOTE=RUBtjICON;9622056]If you arent scratching it, you arent trying hard enough :tea:[/QUOTE]
Dont have any pics of it with the new tires and wheels but here are some old ones
Nice Job Macklin, I prefer Mossy Oak Shadowgrass myself... haha
I assume you waterfowl hunt. How you do/doing this season? They are flying pretty good when I go to shore, I always end up limiting out, with two haha. Did Wye Island a few times and had great success. Inland Maryland flyways have been doing well too.
Well it's not my Jeep but it's my daily driver 4x4 F150. I used the walmart camo paint...total investment was $97. I sprayed the truck with rhino liner then blocked it so it was somewhat smooth. Then I just freehanded the camo pattern with the rattlecans. For my cherokee i'm going to do the same process but in desert camo.