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I was working on this last night. It's a vinyl wrap. It was getting too cold in the shop last night, so I stopped with just the hood. Let me tell you, this product is much easier to apply when it's warm.

 
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Moose, You are correct... MUCH easier to install when warm. If it gives you fits try warming it a little with a hair dryer. Out some on my old Dodge a few year back, the heat really helped.
 

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Moose, You are correct... MUCH easier to install when warm. If it gives you fits try warming it a little with a hair dryer. Out some on my old Dodge a few year back, the heat really helped.
Yeah, I had used it a few times myself on my old pickups. Both times I put it on it was summer.

I will be cranking the heat up before I start the quarter panels, and preheating the vinyl!
 

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hay moose that looks great !!!!!
where did you get the wrap and how much $$$$ was it (not trying to get in youre wallet ....just woundering )
 

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hay moose that looks great !!!!!
where did you get the wrap and how much $$$$ was it (not trying to get in youre wallet ....just woundering )
I picked it up on Amazon.com. A 2'x4' sheet was around $45 with shipping. Metro Restyling was the company it was from. Decent product.
 
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Not a fan of the vinyl you put on, still better than looking at the fake carbon fiber wrap that everyone and their mother seem to be doing these days
 

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I'm not sure about the digital camo either but it should look good when your done. I think it will all blend together and look like it should.
 

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Well thanks for your candid input people..... Lol
 

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Plasti Dip

I am going to try the plasti dip. I'm not sure what color, I would like to try the camo but I think I will just mimic my factory colors, green and black. There is a video on You Tube where a kid plasti dipped his dirt bike fender the day he bought it new and 3 months later after riding 2-3 times per week he peeled it off in the video it still looked new. You can get a can of this for $5.98 at Home Depot and it may take 4 cans to do the entire Pioneer. I will post some pics once I get around to doing this.
 

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I am going to try the plasti dip. I'm not sure what color, I would like to try the camo but I think I will just mimic my factory colors, green and black. There is a video on You Tube where a kid plasti dipped his dirt bike fender the day he bought it new and 3 months later after riding 2-3 times per week he peeled it off in the video it still looked new. You can get a can of this for $5.98 at Home Depot and it may take 4 cans to do the entire Pioneer. I will post some pics once I get around to doing this.
Excellent! Good luck with the project, look forward to the pics.
 

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nice! looks good

they should have all sorts of camo designs in vinyl now

you can pretty much camo your Pioneer in any style you'd like
 
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