looks great...how are you doing the interior/floor (camo clad, bedliner, paint)?
77 CJ-7- AMC 360, Edelbrock cam, MC2100, Fenderwells, CJ T18/D20, Chevy D44/EB 9" rear, Trutrac f/r, 4.11, SOA, 1.25 lift shackles, 35x12.50 BFG KM2s, Shackle Reversal
Originally Posted by Lostj View Post
Originally Posted by M79 View Post
The next step is covering the driver's side from the cowel back. That is making me nervous. The heat gun wil get a lot of use, especially where the side of the tub transitions up to the cowel and windshield. I'm going to have to play with some scrap before I tackle that. Lots of angles to consider.
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Last edited by PhatBasturd; 02-04-2008 at 01:10 PM.
Dam that looks too good. I know a guy that did that to his scrambler and it is the best looking thing I have seen.
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very cool..My buddy was looking for that suff in Tiger Stripe camo..
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Looks great, keep us updated with more pics when you get closer to being done
OK, I just gotta ask this.......Does anyone know of a time when a hunter parked the camo wrapped truck/jeep/whatever nearby where they were hunting, the deer got spooked, darted and ran.....and ran right into the truck.....not seeing it???????
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Last edited by only in a jeep cj; 02-05-2008 at 02:47 PM.
Is the camo wrap very expensive and have you done any research on clean up(car wash power washer)Your jeep is looking good.
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Originally Posted by TATTER67 View Post
I did price it at a couple of dealers. One wanted $63 a sheet the other $85. I went direct because I was not impressed with the two dealers closest to me.
What you see in the pics required just over 1 sheet.
The wraps are removable with some effort. When you install the wrap, you go from the rear to the front. This is so (according to the mfg) the overlapping edge of each sheet is "down wind" while driving. Meaning there is a risk of the edges curling if applied in the wrong direction.
Based on that, I would only powerwash from front to rear and/or top to bottom being careful at the seams.
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Is there any possibility of damaging the paint if you remove the camo?
1978 CJ-7 original owner; AMC 401 V-8 (w/some goodies);NP4500;D300 (w/Curry 4:1); D44 front;AMC20 (Warn one piece axles) rear
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