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Old 11-05-2007, 08:39 AM
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Camo Rocker panels?

Have any of you ever bought them? any brand. i am wondering if they cover up everything. like behind the rear bumper theres a little spot you can see. do they cover that? and do they work withough fender flares? thanks for the help. and if you have pics, thatd be greatly appreciated.
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no one has camo rocker panels?
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I have a friend that has them on a Z71. They cover everything. I don't know where he got them.
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You can get them at Cabelas.

http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...135&id=0027525

Not a real fan of that look, especially with a red truck.
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I recently saw a Chevy Silverado with camo rocker panels, mirrors and bug shield. I didn't care for the look at all. But beauty is in the eye of the beerholder.
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If you put them on your truck and parked it in the woods, would it be hard to find?
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If you put them on your truck and parked it in the woods, would it be hard to find?
that depends on how many beers you had.

well, my truck is white. and i love camo. ive seen them on other F250s and i like. the interior is all camo and im getting camo 4X4 stickers instead of the black ones it has now. im debating weather or not to get the vynal kind you cut and put on or the rocker panels. how far would they stick out? are they thick? i almost think itd be better to get the sticker but idk. the rocker panels are pre fitted. hmmmmm.....
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If you put them on your truck and parked it in the woods, would it be hard to find?
Only if you covered the rest of the body with fake mud
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thats what i thought.
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