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    Here is a neat idea for anyone who wants to do their own camo dipping for guns or hunting gear - www.camodipkit.com - it is an at-home kit

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    nice.......

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    Lets see some pics...

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    I would leave it to the pro and have Preed do it. His cost is cheaper then buying several kits till ya get it right, plus he does a Duracote clear that is tough as nails. Alaska Hydrographics...
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    Paul at AlaskaHydrographics just finished up my wifes wheels. I gave him an old set of alloy wheels with the clear peeling and the metal pitted and now they look awesome. Here is the before and after photos. wheels.jpgWheels 001.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaclinto View Post
    Here is a neat idea for anyone who wants to do their own camo dipping for guns or hunting gear - www.camodipkit.com - it is an at-home kit
    you have pics?

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    JC you mind telling what it cost to get a set of rims done like that, just a ball park is ok too. My truck wheels are starting to peel like that, need to get something done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    you have pics?
    camo dipped pistol....
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