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camo interior

i just got done putting camo on the black part around the door handle. it was my first time doing it and i definently want to know if there is a proper way of doing it because it has a lot of imperfections. i havn't seen anyone else on here that has done it either. idk maybe there is someone who already did it. if u did post some pics. ill post mine in a sec.
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i like it
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That's pretty different. I like it
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me too. got to do the other side later.
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how did u get those pieces off mine are like press melted on
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wut the whole black piece?
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i got camo material covering the big cloth piece behind that..it was alot easier than trying to do that....you could have sent them off and had them dipped like they do guns for fairly cheap
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I'm sorry, I'm just not a fan of camo on trucks
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Not a fan too but that has to be the best Camo I have seen done up on a Ranger; NICE !

What method did you use ?

What material ?

Give us some more details on the process ?
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i thought about having my entire dash dipped like what duckbuster said earlier, but im not sure how well that stuff holds up to baking in the sun. not a fan of camo either, but that looks pretty cool,
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lol it was late i thought you did the gray pad that what i was talking about being pressed melted
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thats what i want to do with my truck. i found a web site were you can dip the peices your self like on guns its pretty cool and yours looks real good

Camo Dip Kit - Do It Yourself Water Transfer Camo Dip Kit
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^^ thats sweet dude

i remember when they did this on American choopper
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well i did the other door and it turned out good too but im having a problem with it sticking on there good. it keeps on peeling up in places that it has tension on it. dont know how to fix that maybe some knows.
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Not a fan too but that has to be the best Camo I have seen done up on a Ranger; NICE !

What method did you use ?

What material ?

Give us some more details on the process ?

i used that adhessive mossy oak camo vinyl stuff, guess you get it from the mossy oak website. idk i got it from my brother in law. basicly on the passenger door i just cut out a big peice of it that i needed to fit it and stuck it on there will cutting it up to get it to lay down right. that one didnt turn out right so on the drivers side i cut the big peice and cut smaller peices and stuck it on there while matching it up still. that was an easier way but it still comes up and doesnt look great when you start pointing out the flaws. it takes a lot of patience and time. but if you can get it done profesionally by someone do it.

ill get pics of other door when camera is done charging.
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Looks good... and that camo dip kit is pretty cool
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that dip it is cool, but doesnt have the brandname patterns i like. and the reason your having trouble is bc youre probably not using the good stuff. try camoclad.com they have all kinds of patterns and different kits and stuff. its also cheaper too. im thinkn bout doin something like this to my 2007 fx4. wanted to do it to the ranger but got rid of it before i got around to it. im lookin into camo seatcovers as well but for good tight fit ones will be 600 for the set...
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looks great man good job! that camo dip is pretty cool, they should have mossy oak style
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yes i agree. if they had it in mossy oak break up style i would rip mine off and get the dip stuff in a heart beat.
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