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Another alternative to giving your ride some character is Camo Wrap. As you can see from the pics, You can totally transform virtually to any pattern. I admit it does take some "technique", but a hair dryer, squeegee , few cold drinks and your done. We chose the Realtree Black. I think it looks killer!! Oh yea, a 4'x4' piece done the whole machine. It only cost about $80.
 

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Nice! Looks great.
 
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That looks awesome!
 

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that looks really cool. Where do you get that wrap? Mine is already Camo but you gave me some other ideas :)
 

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Nice job! Has anyone ever tried taking the wrap off after a couple years? I am thinking this might be a good way to keep the fenders from getting all scratched up, especially if you wanted to trade up later.
 

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Part of my intent to cover the P4 was to protect the original plastic. I dont know how it will look when removed. I got the Camo from camowrap.com . It comes in many different patterns from camo to carbon fiber etc. We though the Realtree Black would set off the P4. Like i said it takes some technique, but it is very forgiving and easy to fix a mistake. I' m very impressed with the product. While covering the hood, i let the wrap fold back on itself. (kinda like letting Duck tape stick together.) I thought i was done. Took the hair dryer heated it up, pulled really hard, it came a part and was able to reapply to the vehicle. Thanks for all the positive feedback!
 

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It wont stick too well to course surfaces like the doors. I'm not sure if it will stay on the top since i dont have mine yet to test with. Go for it, Let us know how it works.
 

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You have to tell me how you did this! That looks better than anything I've seen.

Can "anyone" do it? Or, do you need some background with the product?

Thanks.
 

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That looks awesome!!!
 

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I have never done it before! The product is very easy to stretch when heated with a hair dryer. I did my hood first to see if i could pull it off. You will need two sets of hands to secure and squeegee the film on.
Good luck!
 
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