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post #1 of 21 Old 03-22-2013, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
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has anyone hydrodipped any of there interior parts ? Any pics.

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yes ask autofair ford on here he has had some interior pieces done in cammo, what parts are you looking to get done in your truck.

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yes, one of the best things I did.

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Holy crap! That looks really good im convienced i am going to do some pieces

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I figured I spent enough on the outside making the truck look good, why not spend a little on the inside where I can see it!
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I take it its pretty scratch resistant ?

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I had mine clear coated so it is very scratch resistant. I would think without the clear coating it would depend on the type of coating used... Gun stocks that have a CAMO pattern are hydro dipped, they are durable, so there are products out there that would not require a clear coat.
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Ok ,
Well thanks for the info and the reply . Im going to look into the kits they sell to do yourself vs. taking the parts somewhere and having it done . If i get a kit to diy i will try it some experimental parts

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yes, one of the best things I did.

THAT LOOKS GREAT! Now I'm all pumped up to do some pieces in my truck. The King Ranch looks great but covering up the grey plastic with some woodgrain will be sick.
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