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Thinking About Doing It.

Thinking about doing the wrap similar to what BadKarma did on his white ranger. Still havent decided what im going to do about the front bumper yet but still gathering ideas. Heres a few pics of his...






Also what do you think of the pattern? I like it alot from camoclad.
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Ive always thougt that his wrap was AWESOME.

What color is your truck?
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Ive always thougt that his wrap was AWESOME.

What color is your truck?
Oxford white just like his!
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Then I say go for it. Ive never seen anything like it.
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holy awesome **** ya!!!!
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Its not the easiest thing to do because it doesnt come like that, its a full wrap for the whole truck so that has to be cut out by hand and all those details done yourself so its not something you just buy and throw on, takes alot of work to look good.

I think it will look good, but I feel like the ranger ALTEAST has to be on 33's or bigger for it to look right.
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then lift it. duh lol
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then lift it. duh lol
I already am on 33's lol???
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i meant more!!!
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It is definately a lot of work. I know after all that I wouldn't have taken it off later.
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i meant more!!!
I plan on it, going with expo leafs in the rear and cranking my tbars finally until I can go coilover up front. I fit the 33 Duratracs super easy, and id like to sell them and get some 33x13.5 Mud Graps which are not only wider but actually the circum is bigger than the Duratracs 33's by a noticable difference. Might even sell my classic locks even though they arent even a year old and just get some steelies.

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It is definately a lot of work. I know after all that I wouldn't have taken it off later.
Yeah I heard he took it off and I dont see how he could get himself after doing that work to cut alot of those little pieces out, he must def have some patience.
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Yeah I heard he took it off and I dont see how he could get himself after doing that work to cut alot of those little pieces out, he must def have some patience.
That's what wives can do
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Thinking about doing the wrap similar to what BadKarma did on his white ranger.



Also what do you think of the pattern? I like it alot from camoclad.

Wow, that is so cool… gota love it.

IMHO… get it applied professionally, not something you want to try without some experience.
Sort of like a paint job, Rattle Can Paint looks like Rattle Can Paint, if you get the drift.

Nice look !
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where do you get this wrap?
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where do you get this wrap?
Just search camo truck wrap in google & you will find all kinds. You can't buy it like his though. He cut it himself to make it look like it does.
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Looks bad *** I love it!

Side note what window visors are those for the front windows... I love how they look like they are part of the truck!

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