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Thread: Camo Wraps for Truck

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    Default Camo Wraps for Truck

    Looking at getting a camo wrap for the truck, my questions are as follows:

    1. Are these durable kits, are they going to peel and chip if I take dirt roads or offroad a little?

    2. Are they easy to install?

    3. Are all companys created equal, there is CamoWraps and Camo Skinz, but they all look about the same to me.

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    I have been in the sign business for many years and have applied a lot of vinyl. But I would not even attempt to do a vehicle wrap! In fact, my company won't do them - we do have an expert 'wrapper' in town and refer to him. If you really want a camo wrap look for a wrap pro in your area and at least get a cost from them before you decide to do it yourself.

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    I would suggest 2 places...

    1. Camo4u - Camo4u.com

    2. Camoskinz - Camoskinz.com

    They offer a lifetime warranty on their materials....

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    I had Camo Clad professionally installed in 2007 on my rocker panels. It looks as good as the day he did it. I plow snow with it to boot. I'm glad I did professional installation.

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    Just looked at the Camo Clad site, looks like really good stuff!
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    Look at camodesigns.com not a wrap. it is a paint job you will like it.

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    We removed the fender flairs and wrapped them using the Cabela's product. Looked nice for another 2-3 years when I sold truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grassn View Post
    I would suggest 2 places...

    1. Camo4u - Camo4u.com

    2. Camoskinz - Camoskinz.com

    They offer a lifetime warranty on their materials....
    Did you ever do this?

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    No I contacted a local truck accessories shop and they are going to do it when I get ready. Ordering it from CamoSkinz though

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