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Old 11-02-2012, 11:13 AM
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Camo4u Camo Wraps

Does anyone have experience working with camo vinyl wraps like these:

http://www.camo4u.com
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Old 09-27-2013, 12:56 PM
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I'd like some info on this as well.

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I do but not the camo. i did wood grain and black. the stuff is easty to work with but a heat gun is your friend as well as keeping clean surfaces. the black vinyl is so thin the dash texture comes through
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plus a very sharp knife or if you can get your hands on a scalpel those are the best for trimming the hard areas like the speaker vents and edges. also it is hard to trim a strait line so i used pinstripe tape dropped on the ground to make the backing not so sticky and used that as a guide.

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For the money Hydrographing would be a lot easier, look better, and is less than 100 bucks for a diy kit and excellent results can be achieved. going to hydro dip my dash in my first gen in camo because after 5 years the vinyl looks like poop and is peeling by the heater vents. check out you tube vids on it. easier process and way cleaner
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For the money Hydrographing would be a lot easier, look better, and is less than 100 bucks for a diy kit and excellent results can be achieved. going to hydro dip my dash in my first gen in camo because after 5 years the vinyl looks like poop and is peeling by the heater vents. check out you tube vids on it. easier process and way cleaner
Is this the DIY Dip kits you are talking about? www.camodipkit.com
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Yes. I bought one and will post pics of some stuff i dipped.
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its finished in a low gloss clear that came in the kit. a high gloss would look better i think.
Im about to attempt to do the valve cover for my new project. 2jzgte + 86 4runner swap.

thats all ive got. if you get the kit practice a lot and watch the you tube vids for techniques. after a few tries it gets easier. lots of variables. ill post the valve cover when i do it.
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awesome pics... which camo pattern is that? I see several at www.camodipkit.com that look similar to that...
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what pattern of camo dip kit did you go with? I really like it...
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awesome!!!
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I did finally get a camo wrap from Camo4u and did my truck - turned out AWESOME....
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I did finally get a camo wrap from Camo4u and did my truck - turned out AWESOME....
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