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    Default Camo Vinyl

    Does anyone have expereince with this stuff? www.camo4u.com

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    I will have. I just bought a kit to use on a new hard top. Hopefully the installation will strt today.

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    i bought the boat covering a while back, its nice stuff but very difficult to put on with out getting wrinkles and making sure every thing is very clean, once dirt gets on the back side your done, but i have heard that they have improved on the product in the past couple of years. good luck

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    Default Been on over 5 years.

    I have had CamoClad on my CJ7 for over 5 yrs. Make sure what ever you put it on is super clean and use a blow dryer to heat it up to both shape it and to remove the air bubbles after. Heat it with the blow dryer and use a small needle to pop the air bubbles.

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    I used Camoclad on my boat motor. YOU MUST HAVE LOTS OF PATIENCE. Also make sure you get it right the first time, you can't peal and re-stick without it ripping on you. It also wrinkles easily, but when you're done it looks awsome.

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    that is an awesome picture of your jeep

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    Not the oldest thread I have seen pulled from the abyss but still a strong contestant for the "dredge of the week" award! I do agree though, that is a good looking jeep!

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    Jeep still looks good after over 4 years here in Alaska and it has been on 6 years total. Good stuff and the newer Camo-Clad is even better.

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    Talking Kinda hard to see...

    Steve, do you have a problem with people pulling out in front of you or cutting you off in traffic?

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