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post #1 of 17 Old 12-03-2010, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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Thinking about changing my red & silver '07 to camo and was checking out product from a site called Camo Clad. They offer removeable and permanent; not sure which way I want to go. Any opinions? Any other manufacturers I should check out?

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post #2 of 17 Old 12-04-2010, 09:14 AM
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Go over to KLRworld.com. There is a guy there named Keithm who has taken the camo idea to the extreme. He wrecked the bike IMO. He has posted a very detailed "how to" thread.

This is the link to the thread. Hope it is okay to post it here.?

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What bike?...ahahahahahaa...er...yeah, I think maybe that's a bit much. For me. YMMV.




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Nice, but I'd be afraid I'd lay it down in the forest and never find it again. "I know it was right here!"
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couldn't really blame the cager who turns right in front of him ether..............
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Wow! He even did the kickstand! I prefer the look of Dantes OD bike but you have to give this guy an "A" for effort! Heck, I'd never have the time to pull something like that off.

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I can't help but think that the bike is going to start to look like the end of Michael Jackson's nose after a while. That much stuff can't stay stuck on for very long.

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I can't help but think that the bike is going to start to look like the end of Michael Jackson's nose after a while. That much stuff can't stay stuck on for very long.

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Frankie's sleeping, so I'm on my Mother in Law's old PC and can't see very well, but are there two front fenders?




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Frankie's sleeping, so I'm on my Mother in Law's old PC and can't see very well, but are there two front fenders?
Yes, there is a lower fender - sort of BMW style.

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