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Postby tcarr25 » Apr 28 2013, 4:20am

Looks good man. I have thought about doing this so I might have to now. It would have looked way better as mossy oak break up lol just kidding man it looks great.
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Postby inkaholic » Apr 28 2013, 5:34am

That's freakin' awesome! Was it hard to wrap the window controls? It looks like it would be super tricky with the different angle and such. I would like to attempt something similar but I think I will buy a few extra interior trim pieces and see how hydro-dipping goes. That way if I screw it up I can always keep the original pieces.
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Postby SomethinBoutaTruck » Apr 28 2013, 5:53am

Looks extraordinary. You know I love it. Outstanding work!
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Postby ukjw21 » Apr 28 2013, 10:35am

He also did the shifter handle!
Lets see a better pic of that semi!!!
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Postby semicrazy [OP] » Apr 28 2013, 12:53pm

A little bit of patience (something I don't have) a hair dryer and exacto blade was all it took. The drivers window panel was tricky. I cut a piece just a little bigger and just trimmed it after it was on. There are a couple little creases but the camo hides it nicely.
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Re: Finished camo interior

Postby semicrazy [OP] » Apr 28 2013, 12:56pm

Thanks for all the compliments. Tyler go for it. It would look great. Red, maybe we could team up and open a camo shop haha. John I get pic shortly.
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Postby Chuck Bunyon » Apr 28 2013, 5:27pm

I like it. I've been thinking of something similar since a friend does hydro graphics now.
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Postby SomethinBoutaTruck » Apr 28 2013, 6:00pm

Let's do it! :)
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Postby semicrazy [OP] » Apr 28 2013, 7:08pm

Haha awesome. I am there. We will make a fortune!! $$$$ :) :)
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Re: Finished camo interior

Postby Nailhead » Apr 30 2013, 4:37am

Looks real good Semi! I have to agree with Tyler, it would look good with Mossy Oak Break Up. But I am biased since that is what I picked for my seat covers. I would love to do the accents, but i have a feeling it may make the camo too much inside since my seats are completely covered in it. But going carbon fiber on mine like John did, might not be a bad idea. I really want the Z71 Carbon gage cluster. They look so good.
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