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Old 05-11-2008, 01:28 PM
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I have a little story.

I find marbles all the time when I am digging with an excavator.
The guys can't believe I see them as well as I do.
But I don't see the marble, I see colors that don't belong.

White, blue, red, green, yellow and white are not dirt colors.

Out in the woods that blue will stand out like a bill board.
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Camo

dude that would definetly look cool im fixin to urban camo with a black base and spots of grey and white, but your idea is pretty original id go for it bro.
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Old 05-11-2008, 01:33 PM
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I know it, thats the collor it is right now except the the fenders are black. I was too lazy to change it last night. still thinkn about the colors all I can find for actual camo spray paint is woodlin colors. Still not sure if i'm going to paint it or not.
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Old 05-11-2008, 01:36 PM
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dude that would definetly look cool im fixin to urban camo with a black base and spots of grey and white, but your idea is pretty original id go for it bro.
Not really I saw this collor combo on a bad @$$ samiri up on the rubicon a few years back pattern was way different though. I guess we don't have to tell him i stole his idea
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just think if WW3 came all youd have to do is put armor plates on it lol. but yeah it would look good go with spray paint if you do it right you can make it look fairly good dont forget the clear coat
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Old 05-11-2008, 07:08 PM
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you can beat the krylon camo paint, unfortunally its only offered in woodland (i think)
the stuff really lasts, no clear needed, i painted my truck a long time ago, and it stands up
to mud, trees and everything else

here is the picture i was lookin for before when my wheeler wasnt built yet, it
show the pattern better, i didnt use a template, just put down a green base, and freehanded it
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Dont worry about a template. Just pick tiger stripe or standard and start making shapes and lines. When i redo the camo on my truck, im going to cut out leaf designs and just cover the truck like that
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i have done these kind of paint schemes before all i ever have done was just rattle can a squiggly pattern to start and just keep making different patterns as i go
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I have always just free-handed mine, it's easy to change something if you don't like the looks of it.
I don't know if you are actually trying to "hide" your truck but I only do mine camo because it hides boby damage (dents) well and it's easy to touch-up. Plus if you have to go wrecking-yard-hunting for a body panel it don't matter what color ya' get. Heck you can sometimes put a door, bed or fender on that's a little off from the exact body style (years) and nobody even notices because the lines are so broken-up.
I've had compliments on my camo-jobs on my "wheelers" but unfortunately it's almost exclusively from guys so if you're single it's no good for pickin' up chicks.
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BS I dunno what kind of girls your looking for. But all the girls that matter, the country type, love it. Ill let those city slicker ladies keep their noses high in the air. Us country folk have more fun anyways.
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Well I don't discriminate I'll have the hood of the jeep for the first type and either of the bench seats in the shiny red 350 for the the "classy" type

No but the camo paint will have to wait untell i get my engine and trans problems worked out on the Land yacht.
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