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Anyone know a supplier for camo rockers??

Discussion in 'Materials' started by SummitSignsandmore, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    I have never seen these before, but obviously they must make them somewhere. The local body shop had to do some repairs to one side of the vehicle and now it is in need of the camo..

    The material is just like to chrome accents that are done along the rocker panels, however this has a camo print.

    Does anyone know of a supplier?
     
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  2. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    not wrapped or hydro-dipped?
     
  3. SlightlyChilled

    SlightlyChilled Very Active Member

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    I was thinking the same thing
     
  4. Mosh

    Mosh Major Contributor

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    That stuff is super popular here, 99% of it is hyro dipped.
    Pretty neat process.
     
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    restylerschoice.com ?
     
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  7. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    I checked restylers, not luck. It is not wrapped. The pattern is VERY dark. Nothing comparable to any vinyl. It may be hydrodipped.. There is a somewhat local place that offers that service...

    However I was thinking it maybe something that's sold as a kit.
     
  8. jfiscus

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    Photos?
    Is it a copyrighted camo pattern (ie mossy oak, etc) or a generic camo?
     
  9. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    Here are some pictures.. I thought I had them attached originally.. My mistake. A picture tells 1000 words.
     

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  10. jfiscus

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    from the pic it looks wrapped...?
     
  11. SummitSignsandmore

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    It is not warped. It is a hard plastic with the print on it. There is no film edge.
     
  12. SightLine

    SightLine Very Active Member

    Ah, so an add on panel. I was trying to wrap my head around how big of a tank and what sort of a rig you would need to tilt an entire truck on it's side to dip the rockers. :omg:

    I've seen those on trucks but no idea where they come from or who makes them. Probably are dipped. We do a lot of camo on rockers but we digital print our own pattern on wrap vinyl, lam, and apply that.
     
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  14. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    yep, looks like the 'mossy oak breakup' pattern
     
  15. SummitSignsandmore

    SummitSignsandmore Active Member

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    Thanks Jficus and everyone. That is exactly it.... Mossy oak break up pattern as well. However that site (www.thoroughbreddiesel.com) no longer offer the product.. Just my luck.. they are trying to sell me vinyl for some outlandish price. So if anyone else may know a supplier of the material I would appreciate it.
     
  16. SummitSignsandmore

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    I called a more cooperative shop that also used to deal in the product and he informed me this product was discontinued about 2 years ago. Thanks for the help everyone.
     
  17. signage

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    Check out Cabelas they sell them, might be able to find out the manufacture and contact them!
     
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