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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    bring on the pics. I love it. Now I wanna do mine like that, but the wife might kill me



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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    You could get a color custom made that's a few shades darker than what your truck is now. It would be a little more subtle that way.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Black sheep here... Ben I liked the smudging! I think if you did the whole truck that way it would really pop! Too bad you couldn't attempt it afterwards so you could please just the smudges...
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Quote Originally Posted by DAGKANA View Post
    Black sheep here... Ben I liked the smudging! I think if you did the whole truck that way it would really pop! Too bad you couldn't attempt it afterwards so you could please just the smudges...
    I agree. I like the smudges



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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    I'd have to vote for no smudging......looks like overspray
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Thats really looking cool....I can't wait to see it finished.
    seeing this makes me want to try, I was thinking about something subtle like using a satin white next to the factory gloss white.
    Not sure if it would show up enough ?
    If I was to try it wouldn't be anytime soon.
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    You guys are nuts!!!! The smudging looks great and really brings it together you just need more of it to get the right look. Of course having it in just one spot make it look like oversray. The overall effect would be badass. You just need to do it more to see it.
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Agreed, I would have to see an completed version to truely decide. I'd say no on just the vent area though, unless you want to have the "OH MY GOD, I HAVE AN ENGINE FIRE!!" look or the Corsair planes on EVERY episode of Black Sheep Squadron after a dog fight "I'M HIT!!" with oil spewing everywhere look Heck, it is Plasti Dip.....SPRAY AWAY lol. Then we'll cast judgement, "It Stays" or "Quick, rub and peel away"




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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    It just looks BADASS

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    my neighbors think im totally insane.

    even had one drive by the other day and ask why I was getting spray paint all over my truck for.

    then I have to go into the whole "its only pasti-dip" routine.

    its exhausting.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Well, I have not looked at this thread much because I did not think you were crazy enough to pull it off. All I have to say is.....fyeah.jpg


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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Is that good or bad?

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tackett View Post
    Is that good or bad?
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Looking damn good Tackett!!!!!! Damn I've been thinking about dippin the T red, I may have to look into this more once the bumper is done. ...

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    It means f**k yeah.
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Lol I figured that out when u told me to google.

    Made me laugh.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    What temperature are you spraying this in?
    I got a project but it's 90 to 105+ in the shade and I think I better wait until the low 80's.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Well it's been upper 90s recently and crazy humid.

    I think yesterday's high was 96?

    It makes the stuff dry fast, so if you want good sharp lines you really have to do it in small sections.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    My friend gave me a fabulous idea.

    I was going to take it somewhere to have it cleared, but he suggested to re-mask the pattern leaving about 1/2 away from the dipped edge and spray it myself.

    That way the plasti-dip would be more permanent and wouldn't have to pay for it.

    Of course that would require doing some hard core masking an draping to keep the overspeay down.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    I looked into that Wagner spray gun but did not have much luck with one they make for stain and went back to my siphon gun for spraying the house.
    HVLP might work. I want to do my white hood matte black.
    I plan to remove the hood so I can shoot straight on and mask under the hood but let it come around the edges some.
    I have lots of glare from my roof lights and have held off painting. I got an estimate of a wrap for $350 but I could have some graphics put on it that way.
    Plasti-dip looks like a good way to see how it looks other than photochopping.
    Does it seem to flow out at those high temps?

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Yeah, haven't had a problem.

    Just make sure you clean out the nozzle if your going to sit it for a few minutes since it dries so fast.

    Honestly, the spray can would probably do you just fine, once you get the hang of it, it dries up pretty darn even. It's not perfect by any stretch, but stil about 100 times better than standard enamel paint.

    When you spray this stuff with a sprayer, you have to thin it out quite a bit. Dipyourcar.com sells gallon buckets with the appropriate amount of thinner for a very good price. After watching those vids, it looks super thin, almost like water.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    When you first posted this i was like but thats awesome!!!
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Thanks buddy!

    I wasn't too sure about it either at first.

    I have been working alot recently, so I haven't had a chance to finish, but I plan on getting it done this week!

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    This is coming along faster (and even more awesome) than I imagined it would!

    Great job man!



    And for what it is worth... I like the smudging.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Well mother nature had other plans for the smudging.

    The rain here took off half of it, I guess because it had to be sprayed so thin in order to achieve the effect. So I just peeled off the rest of it.

    If I ever get this permanently painted, I may have them go ahead and paint the smudging.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    finally caught back up on this thread. Looks awesome so far hands down!

    As for the clearing, that's a good idea your friend had but you'd have to go back and cut and buff the masked lines a little to blend them in with the factory clear so you didn't have lines you could see or feel in the clear but I do think it would be somewhat easier than prepping and clearing the whole truck. However if you reclear the whole thing you could fix any chips or anything in the paint first (if you have any).

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Did some more work today!! It's about 1/2 done!


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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    that is just so beautiful



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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Yellow camo, who would have thought it would look good... Evidently Tackett did! Nice vision.
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    I am with Hummer3 on this one. I too thought you were mentally ill when I first saw this thread, but I can honestly say that I love it! I think the driver side looks a little too symmetrical though with those big triangle shapes making a big yellow triangle in between. It reminds me of the Japanese rising sun but in different colors. But keep those pictures coming Tackett!!!





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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Recovery21 View Post
    I am with Hummer3 on this one. I too thought you were mentally ill when I first saw this thread, but I can honestly say that I love it! I think the driver side looks a little too symmetrical though with those big triangle shapes making a big yellow triangle in between. It reminds me of the Japanese rising sun but in different colors. But keep those pictures coming Tackett!!!
    Its not finished, I have to do the larger pieces in sections to keep the edge sharp. I'll be connecting on to that and extending it down the rear. It Wont stay a large triangle.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Great! Is it done yet? Why are there no new pictures added?





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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    I am loving every new addition....
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    No. I've been working and I can only do it in small sections.

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    Well are you working now Greg? If you are, then you shouldn't be replying to us! If you are supposed to be with patients and you are answering posts, then how do you expect to be in the circle of trust if you can't be trusted to work? BWAHAHAHA!





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    Lol, no I'm not working now. Though I do my best posting at work. ;)

    That last pic is new, it's hard to notice since the additions are small. But it's all I had time for today.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    thats awesome Ben!!!!! And yes i might have to kill skeet if he did that to the hummer..js

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Seems a little harsh Paige, he did the header after all... Plasti peels right off... Maybe just castrate him (again) if he does...
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    LMAO DAN!!!!!!!!!! Nah, wouldnt really kill him...he makes cute kids...and retard me, forgot that it was plasti dip. Should have known though, since it was YOU who created the plasti-dipping bug lol

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Looks AWESOME Tackett! Makes me want to try plasti-dipping my Jeep.

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Skeeter View Post
    LMAO DAN!!!!!!!!!! Nah, wouldnt really kill him...he makes cute kids...and retard me, forgot that it was plasti dip. Should have known though, since it was YOU who created the plasti-dipping bug lol
    Correction Paige, it was technically Amanda who created this, she had a friend that did his rear end trim on his Mustang, which prompted her to use it on her stang, and than got me thinking about applying "a little" to the Hummer, my brain cant do small, so I did the whole H3! Blame her...
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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    I love how you put "a little" like you did...men dont know how to do things in small amounts. And we dont ALWAYS start things....you men do your share as well so HA!

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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chanon View Post
    Looks AWESOME Tackett! Makes me want to try plasti-dipping my Jeep.
    WOW you came out of nowhere! Glad you are posting again and I hope you keep posting. You should hear some of the things Jake says on here... Start spraying his truck first to see if you like it. Only do random spots on it first and tell him it is spray on bed liner!





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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    More work done ladies and gents!!




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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    very nice



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    Re: Plasti-dip tumbler camo.

    Those pictures are terrible! Go back out there and set up some halogen lights so we can get the full effect of the new work please! How exactly are you doing that? Are you just randomly taping to get the effect?





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    Quote Originally Posted by Recovery21 View Post
    Those pictures are terrible! Go back out there and set up some halogen lights so we can get the full effect of the new work please! How exactly are you doing that? Are you just randomly taping to get the effect?
    I have a sketch I'm trying to go off of, some of it I have to finagle to get it looking right. But I'm trying to make it very similar to the pattern I have drawn out for each side.

    However,

    The one thing my drawing doesn't have, that I'm starting to really like, is a lot of the smaller pieces of the pattern. The random small geometrics. They aren't in the tumbler camo pattern, except for a few spots, but the more I do, the more I really like them.

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