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Old 07-05-2006, 06:23 PM
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Camo Clad(3M) on interior?

I have a 1988 f150 thats my daily driver and hunting truck. I am big into waterfowl hunting and plan on putting details into the interior after i get done painting it. With a new motor and new tranny, lift, tires etc I am slowing running out of things to put on my truck without spending too much money. ha ha....

for the interior I have plans on getting a camo seat cover, camo headliner and camo carpet.
Well there is a product by 3M called camo clad. which is what they use to make window stickers etc. I am wondering if anyone has put this type of material on the dash and all the plastic parts on the truck.

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