CamoClad--- Friends truck

zmatalucci

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Just did this truck today. I used the camoclad max-4hd. It was pretty easy stuff to work with. I just bought 4 sheets of it, and went to town. Only had 1 1-4 piece left.
 

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scarface

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Nice! What did you install that for if you don't mind me asking?

I got a price from a dealer on a kit and the customer backed out, i think they are priced decent to be honest.
 

zmatalucci

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It was a freebie..Except he paid for the vinyl.
He's a very close family friend, so it was done at cost.
All in all, it took me about 4hours by myself.
 

Si Allen

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Jeeeese....I bet a duck or deer will never see that one parked near the blind/stand!


:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

WrapperX

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Nothing says back water hillbilly then camo on a truck - I think it is the tackiest looking vinyl...even for hunters.
Park your truck far enough away from your stand and hike on out to get your kill. I mean really!
 

btropical.com

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Nothing says back water hillbilly then camo on a truck - I think it is the tackiest looking vinyl...even for hunters.
Park your truck far enough away from your stand and hike on out to get your kill. I mean really!

What if the wrap is to entice the two legged dear , nothing says cmere dear to a hillbilly chic like a camo hunt truck or a case of natural light beer
 

zmatalucci

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Nothing says back water hillbilly then camo on a truck - I think it is the tackiest looking vinyl...even for hunters.
Park your truck far enough away from your stand and hike on out to get your kill. I mean really!

I think it has more to do with portraying your lifestyle, than for any practical reasons. Look at all the idiots who wear Ford, Chevy, John Deere, or West Coast Choppers apparel. These people clearly don't own the companies, nor do half of them have the means to own a chopper or the like. They just like to demonstrate their lack of taste to the general public, that's all!
 

WrapperX

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I think it has more to do with portraying your lifestyle, than for any practical reasons. Look at all the idiots who wear Ford, Chevy, John Deere, or West Coast Choppers apparel. These people clearly don't own the companies, nor do half of them have the means to own a chopper or the like. They just like to demonstrate their lack of taste to the general public, that's all!

And thats in the same boat in my book...I suppose it is more of a lifestyle then a hobby...
 

WrapperX

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It would be like seeing us vinyl/sign guys walking around with 3M, Oracal, or Avery hats and shirts...Even "tastefully" done...its still pretty tacky. And don't get me wrong I have no issues with hunting or even "good 'ol boys" but come on...
 
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