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This is my $700 truck. We bought this truck from a couple that had recently put a brand new clutch and street tires on it. Slowly, but surely, this truck will have 35in Mickey Thompson Baja Claws with 15x12in Pro Comp Simulated Beadlock Wheels, 6.5in lift kit, and an after market hanson front winch bumper. So far, we've got cut-out fender flares, 1.5in wheel spacers, 31in all terrian tires and Pro Comp 15x8in wheels, 1.5 coil spring spacers, herculiner roll-on bedliner, and a camoflauge wrap.

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Yes, it is a camo wrap. They come in 4ftX5ft sheets. they are like a big ole sticker. You peel the back off and work it on slowly with a tool that comes with it similiar to a credit card. So yes, we did it buy ourselves. A few cases of beer and dirty words, and we were good to go. Haha, the toughest part is cuttin it out around the door handles and small stuff. But anyways, they have "permanent" for $60 a sheet or "removable" for $75 dollars a sheet(the difference is how much sticky stuff is on the back). To cover that truck it took roughly 6 sheets with some scraps to cover spots up. You can buy just about any pattern of camo there is. Take a look on "camoclad.com" if youre interested.

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Yes, it is a camo wrap. They come in 4ftX5ft sheets. they are like a big ole sticker. You peel the back off and work it on slowly with a tool that comes with it similiar to a credit card. So yes, we did it buy ourselves. A few cases of beer and dirty words, and we were good to go. Haha, the toughest part is cuttin it out around the door handles and small stuff. But anyways, they have "permanent" for $60 a sheet or "removable" for $75 dollars a sheet(the difference is how much sticky stuff is on the back). To cover that truck it took roughly 6 sheets with some scraps to cover spots up. You can buy just about any pattern of camo there is. Take a look on "camoclad.com" if youre interested.

I like the drinkin' beer and cussin' part :cheers: That's a pretty economical transformation , less than an average paint job :thumbsup:

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