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    I am trying to get a pic of what my truck will look like done but i do not have photoshop. Would anyone be able to do a quick photoshop for me. All i need is body color change, wheels and tires added
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    Try this web site on for size. It is fun to play with and you can tweak the color and wheels to see a different look. Here is what I did with mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwill3015 View Post
    Try this web site on for size. It is fun to play with and you can tweak the color and wheels to see a different look. Here is what I did with mine...

    is there a way to save the pic? cause i got it kinda like what i want

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwill3015 View Post
    Try this web site on for size. It is fun to play with and you can tweak the color and wheels to see a different look. Here is what I did with mine...
    Nice work, Darcy. Thanks.



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    All I did with mine is did the print screen thing and then pasted it to notepad. I then uploaded it to Photobucket so I could share it here!

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    it wont work for me, it saves a little red triangle and thats it as far as the truck

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    Get the picture you want then hit the "Print Screen" button on your keyboard. Then, open Notepad, Paint,etc. then right-click on the page with your mouse and select "Paste". Here is a tutorial.

    The entire picture of what you see on your screen should appear. Just save it to whereever after that. Hope this helps

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    worked great. thanks man you just saved me ALOT of work

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    Quote Originally Posted by MD4x4 Fireman View Post
    worked great. thanks man you just saved me ALOT of work
    No prob. I'm glad it worked! Now you just have to post it here so we can see how the customized version of your truck will look

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    The stock wheels that look like that and gonna repaint it something like that color

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