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    Jr. Apprentice rkbonds1's Avatar
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    Default Finally getting some work done to our 94

    Today I started removing the camo vinyl from our Suburban. Let me tell ya some of it comes off real easy and some of it (the sun dried brittle crap) is a pain in the tail to get off. I took some pics but, it was to dark so they didn't turn out well. I'll take some more tomorrow and post them. The paint actually looks really good underneath so far (really hope it continues to look as good as I finish the other half of the truck).

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    Cool deal. Looking forward to the pictures



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    Here's 2 pics from this weekends mud day not great but, at least I finally got some newer pics.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails mudding day 3-9-12 010.jpg   mudding day 3-9-12 014.jpg   camosuburban.jpg  

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    The burb came out looking great. Looks like it was a ton of work though. At least it looks like you had twice as much fun as it was work playing in the mud. Cool pics.


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    Nice burb man. I have a 96. It looks like you are driving Yokohama's on it. Am i wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cedicol View Post
    Nice burb man. I have a 96. It looks like you are driving Yokohama's on it. Am i wrong?


    Thanks. They are KUMHO's they did and do really great on and off road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfleetwood View Post
    The burb came out looking great. Looks like it was a ton of work though. At least it looks like you had twice as much fun as it was work playing in the mud. Cool pics.
    Thanks. It was actually pretty easy. I just waited till we had a warm day and 90% of it peeled off easily. The other 10% had faded and dried out but, still wasn't that bad to get off. It was very time consuming though. We had a great time I tried posting a video but, I'm still having to wait for a mod to approve it, so maybe it'll be up soon.

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    So, you had it vinyl wrapped, but now it's coming off? How long did the wrap last?
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    Quote Originally Posted by janikphoto View Post
    So, you had it vinyl wrapped, but now it's coming off? How long did the wrap last?


    The wrap was put on by the previous owner so I have no idea how long it was on for but, it wasn't coming off we just didn't want it on so we took it off.

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