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Camo Hunting Truck #482532 11/11/08 07:40 PM
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Wanted to show you guys the new hunting truck - camo came from www.camo4u.com

[image]http://camoclad.com/photogallery.php[/image]


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Tex9point] #482533 11/11/08 07:41 PM
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wonder where my picture went? - can someone help me upload it?


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Tex9point] #482534 11/11/08 09:52 PM
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Do it like this....

{IMG] then your pic string [/IMG]
[IMG]http://camoclad.com/photogallery.php[/IMG]


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Mr. Clean] #482535 11/11/08 10:22 PM
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you cant pass of a php as a IMG command the end of document must end in a picture format such as .JPG .BMP ect

like this url http://www.camo4u.com/images/kitfade/tkitoff.jpg

notice it ends in .JPG "tkitoff.jpg" to post do like mr cleans second example with brackets [img] now to get the right URL address right click on the picture you want, then go down to copy image location then simply press Ctrl + v to paste the url into word, notepad, the THF, or any online forum.





she said ,why does that ammo have pretty green tips on it? the guy said its the eco-friendy ammo.
Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: mossberg man] #482536 07/14/09 11:15 PM
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sweet truck


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: wackbushin] #482537 07/14/09 11:22 PM
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You applied the sheets yourself? How long did it take? and does it look good up close? Seams show?



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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: dkershen] #482538 07/15/09 06:23 AM
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Ive got 60 sq ft waiting to go on my kayak. Any pointers? The kayak has some curves on it that are making me take my time getting the sheets out of the box and onto the boat.


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: kdub] #482539 07/16/09 04:00 AM
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You'll need a LOT of patience, a heat gun, an EXACTO pointed knife, and a bondo spatula. Don't be afraid of bubbles. Heat the vinyl slightly before rolling over curves. Two people will be key. A kayak will be a challenge for sure.

Some people will mist the surface with windex, so the vinyl will float until in place, then use the heat gun to wick away the windex.


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: RobertYuras] #482540 07/16/09 04:41 AM
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i hunted with a guy that had it done to his truck. works great. we drove through some thick brush and i didnt see any scratches anywhere. i liked it. ill try to find some pics.



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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Brandon A] #482541 07/16/09 05:24 AM
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thanks!


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: kdub] #482542 07/16/09 08:02 PM
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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: TexasWhitetailConnection] #482543 07/16/09 08:40 PM
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it looks great, but it might be hard to find after the evening hunt



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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: kdub] #482544 07/16/09 08:48 PM
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Quote:

Ive got 60 sq ft waiting to go on my kayak. Any pointers? The kayak has some curves on it that are making me take my time getting the sheets out of the box and onto the boat.




Make sure you wipped the surface with alcohol first, take your time!!!!!! if you have any questions or need the written installation instructions feel free to contact me.
Ps use a sealer pen to seal the edges since material will be used on water


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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: rsquared] #482545 07/16/09 08:51 PM
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That's why I'm thinking of doing mine in red reflective vinyl:)


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kdub,
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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: TexasWhitetailConnection] #482547 07/17/09 05:24 AM
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How bout just spray the whole truck in bedliner.





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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Redirt Drifter] #482548 07/20/09 09:19 PM
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sweet ride..


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Dadsaid] #482549 07/20/09 09:29 PM
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I love the front end on that burban!


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: jmscalf] #1482895 06/16/10 03:14 PM
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The Camo4u guys are great to work with. I have seen some neat trucks and SUVs camo'd up in their stuff


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Redirt Drifter] #1483589 06/16/10 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted By: Redirt Drifter
How bout just spray the whole truck in bedliner.


THAT'S what I'm talkin' about!! I've thought about doing this to my Z71 when it gets retired to the ranch in a few years.

Awesome!


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: Gus McRae] #2464269 07/29/11 07:39 PM
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I heard a little soapy water helps slide the camo vinyl in place....


Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: CamoDipKit] #2465775 07/30/11 01:41 PM
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awesome.. i have seen some trucks completely sprayed with bedliner but never all camo.. looks good


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Originally Posted By: Gus McRae
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How bout just spray the whole truck in bedliner.


THAT'S what I'm talkin' about!! I've thought about doing this to my Z71 when it gets retired to the ranch in a few years.

Awesome!


Saw a NICE job done on a Z-71 in north Ft. Worth about a month or two back.



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Re: Camo Hunting Truck [Re: ssgp2] #2473909 08/02/11 07:11 PM
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Friend of mine did his entire jeep in bedliner. Looks really good and takes a beating.


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I bet it does...

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