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wayoflife
11-01-2016, 02:27 PM
This Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited on display as a featured vehicle at the 2016 SEMA show was brought out by Camoliner. As you can see, it's also running a set of 40" Cooper Discoverer STT Pros.

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WJCO
11-01-2016, 02:41 PM
Wonder how they did the paint job? Air brush I'm guessing. Also looks like no steering correction, wonder what lift it's running to be fitting 40s.

TrainWreck618
11-01-2016, 02:41 PM
That wrap is pretty cool

aadamson
11-01-2016, 02:45 PM
I suspect it's called Camoliner, because it's colored bedliner, which makes the pattern even more impressive... it's not like you airbrush bed liner... OR they painted over the bedliner after the fact, but I really doubt it's a wrap.

Gadget
11-01-2016, 02:45 PM
Wonder how they did the paint job? Air brush I'm guessing. Also looks like no steering correction, wonder what lift it's running to be fitting 40s.

I am thinking Skyjacker based on the stickers. Is that a paint job or a wrap?

Thanks, got the answer before my post.

Are they running 40's on stock D44's?

Amrth
11-01-2016, 02:47 PM
That wrap is pretty cool

Sure that is a wrap?? The texture looks like actual liner and then maybe they did a airbrush on top of it.. Pretty cool to look at... park in the mall and we will have kids looking at the map :D

JDalcour
11-01-2016, 02:49 PM
Ive seen several vehicles with Camo liners work, I believe they are local in my area. Its a real nice finish, it doesnt look too "rough" and my friend literally just sprays the dirt off of it using water without soap and it looks brand new again.

WJCO
11-01-2016, 02:58 PM
I am thinking Skyjacker based on the stickers. Is that a paint job or a wrap?

Thanks, got the answer before my post.

Are they running 40's on stock D44's?

I just looked on their FB page, it's a Skyjacker lift. I still am trying to figure out how they did the paint job though, lol.

bonedaddy
11-01-2016, 07:24 PM
Yeah that paint job it pretty sweet!

Goldeneagle1LC
11-01-2016, 08:55 PM
I like the texture on it. Looks like it wouldn't be too hard to clean

jesse3638
11-01-2016, 09:31 PM
Wonder how they did the paint job? Air brush I'm guessing. Also looks like no steering correction, wonder what lift it's running to be fitting 40s.

Yes they did to steering correction, dual Skyjacker steering stabilizers! All you need to run 40's on your stock axles! I thought at first they did flip the draglink but looking closer I realized I was wrong and it was just how the angle of the picture was.

WJCO
11-01-2016, 09:37 PM
Yes they did to steering correction, dual Skyjacker steering stabilizers! All you need to run 40's on your stock axles! I thought at first they did flip the draglink but looking closer I realized I was wrong and it was just how the angle of the picture was.

Unless it's a drop pitman arm, but sure doesn't look like it. Maybe they just left it alone because it's a show jeep.

Draconianwinter
11-01-2016, 09:42 PM
Maybe they used am adjustable track bar

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RedSyndrome
11-01-2016, 11:55 PM
Nice paint/liner on this rig. Not overstated, I can see this off road.

RUBEERCON
11-02-2016, 02:13 AM
Who makes the rack? Thanks


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Overland_stormtrooper
11-02-2016, 02:32 AM
Looks like the garvin rack... i like this liner/paint ..doin it up like a map must have taken some time and that is something i could see myself doin to my own rig

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BlackKnight
11-02-2016, 01:12 PM
Looks like the garvin rack... i like this liner/paint ..doin it up like a map must have taken some time and that is something i could see myself doin to my own rig

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Actually, it's a Gobi Rack (http://www.gobiracks.com/), Look at the shot from showing the light bar and you can see the wind deflector...

catahoula
11-02-2016, 01:26 PM
The wrap is cool. I wonder if they have a clear lining they put over it.

BlackKnight
11-02-2016, 01:57 PM
The wrap is cool. I wonder if they have a clear lining they put over it.
That's what I was thinking...

Either Airbrushed or a "clear" Liner over paint.

Jeepnoub
11-02-2016, 02:09 PM
Probably a urethane based bed liner. So painted with a urethane paint should stick.

Atleast thats what that place I bought my liner from said. I didnt like the color I picked originally and they suggested just painting them, as it would be cheaper on my end.

U.S.Able
11-07-2016, 03:51 PM
Okay, so...I'm new here. My name is Jason and my wife and I own CamoLiner - the builder of this Jeep. I initially joined 'cause I did a search on the new Cooper STT 40" tires (awesome tire BTW) and found Wayalife and this forum. Thought I would give the forum thing a shot. I'm here to participate and have no intention at this point to push product. Saw some of you have questions/ideas on U.S.Able and figured I chime in:

Axles: Nope not stock axles lol. It's actually a Sport so the front is a 44 I had laying around that I threw in for the show because I knew I would get completely dogged for a 30 up front. We did the entire build/spray/graphic in 12 days. Still looking for a set of 60's. Part of the theme is "U.S.A..." so were trying to use MADE IN USA-stamped items. Talked to a lot of axle companies at SEMA - we'll see where it goes. Please don't touch my transfer case. The rear is 3.23 and the front is 5.38 - that's the "lol" part.

Skyjacker was a sponsor for the build. They wanted representation of their dual stabilizer up front. Not a huge proponent of the need of a dual but...(The lift is awesome and the Fox Factory Shocks have a great ride. Skyjacker rear springs seem to be at the right rate to balance it all out. The alignment was done with a lot of care. Extremely happy with the ride and the light practical hum of the STT tires. Can't hear them at all over the Magnaflow Crawler exhaust. Somewhere in the entries someone got off by a number on the exhaust. We got sent a JK system, so the back half (due to the missing JKU extension) isn't installed - very sporty sound lol

The artwork: We call it C.L.O.A.K. (Custom Low-weight On/Off-road Armor w/ Kevlar) It's a liner-type system. All sprayed one color, the tan, then graphic was done with airbrush and stencils/etc. Then cleared. All our products are proprietary, we've done almost 900 exteriors - it holds up extremely well. It's the easiest thing on the Jeep to clean but needs a pressure washer.

Some DV8 is U.S.-made, turns out the tire carrier isn't - looking for new tire carrier which is sad because I like the look of this one. Probably going to make our own as I have a pretty good idea for one. Electrical/lighting is non-U.S. as 100% U.S. is pretty much impossible to find.

Hope I can spend some time in here with you all. Thank you for the interest.

Just drove 21 hours straight to get back home - there's probably some miss-spellings.

WJCO
11-07-2016, 03:55 PM
Okay, so...I'm new here. My name is Jason and my wife and I own CamoLiner - the builder of this Jeep. I initially joined 'cause I did a search on the new Cooper STT 40" tires (awesome tire BTW) and found Wayalife and this forum. Thought I would give the forum thing a shot. I'm here to participate and have no intention at this point to push product. Saw some of you have questions/ideas on U.S.Able and figured I chime in:

Axles: Nope not stock axles lol. It's actually a Sport so the front is a 44 I had laying around that I threw in for the show because I knew I would get completely dogged for a 30 up front. We did the entire build/spray/graphic in 12 days. Still looking for a set of 60's. Part of the theme is "U.S.A..." so were trying to use MADE IN USA-stamped items. Talked to a lot of axle companies at SEMA - we'll see where it goes. Please don't touch my transfer case. The rear is 3.23 and the front is 5.38 - that's the "lol" part.

Skyjacker was a sponsor for the build. They wanted representation of their dual stabilizer up front. Not a huge proponent of the need of a dual but...(The lift is awesome and the Fox Factory Shocks have a great ride. Skyjacker rear springs seem to be at the right rate to balance it all out. The alignment was done with a lot of care. Extremely happy with the ride and the light practical hum of the STT tires. Can't hear them at all over the Magnaflow Crawler exhaust. Somewhere in the entries someone got off by a number on the exhaust. We got sent a JK system, so the back half (due to the missing JKU extension) isn't installed - very sporty sound lol

The artwork: We call it C.L.O.A.K. (Custom Low-weight On/Off-road Armor w/ Kevlar) It's a liner-type system. All sprayed one color, the tan, then graphic was done with airbrush and stencils/etc. Then cleared. All our products are proprietary, we've done almost 900 exteriors - it holds up extremely well. It's the easiest thing on the Jeep to clean but needs a pressure washer.

Some DV8 is U.S.-made, turns out the tire carrier isn't - looking for new tire carrier which is sad because I like the look of this one. Probably going to make our own as I have a pretty good idea for one. Electrical/lighting is non-U.S. as 100% U.S. is pretty much impossible to find.

Hope I can spend some time in here with you all. Thank you for the interest.

Just drove 21 hours straight to get back home - there's probably some miss-spellings.

Wow quite a post. Welcome to WAL. Thanks for being up front about who you are. If you don't push products, you should be fine. If you want to be a vendor, please contact admin. You have a nice Jeep. Love the paint job, thanks for explaining how that works. Also as far as axles, Dynatrac is the way to go.

GraniteCrystal
11-07-2016, 05:53 PM
Okay, so...I'm new here. My name is Jason and my wife and I own CamoLiner - the builder of this Jeep. I initially joined 'cause I did a search on the new Cooper STT 40" tires (awesome tire BTW) and found Wayalife and this forum. Thought I would give the forum thing a shot. I'm here to participate and have no intention at this point to push product. Saw some of you have questions/ideas on U.S.Able and figured I chime in:

Axles: Nope not stock axles lol. It's actually a Sport so the front is a 44 I had laying around that I threw in for the show because I knew I would get completely dogged for a 30 up front. We did the entire build/spray/graphic in 12 days. Still looking for a set of 60's. Part of the theme is "U.S.A..." so were trying to use MADE IN USA-stamped items. Talked to a lot of axle companies at SEMA - we'll see where it goes. Please don't touch my transfer case. The rear is 3.23 and the front is 5.38 - that's the "lol" part.

Skyjacker was a sponsor for the build. They wanted representation of their dual stabilizer up front. Not a huge proponent of the need of a dual but...(The lift is awesome and the Fox Factory Shocks have a great ride. Skyjacker rear springs seem to be at the right rate to balance it all out. The alignment was done with a lot of care. Extremely happy with the ride and the light practical hum of the STT tires. Can't hear them at all over the Magnaflow Crawler exhaust. Somewhere in the entries someone got off by a number on the exhaust. We got sent a JK system, so the back half (due to the missing JKU extension) isn't installed - very sporty sound lol

The artwork: We call it C.L.O.A.K. (Custom Low-weight On/Off-road Armor w/ Kevlar) It's a liner-type system. All sprayed one color, the tan, then graphic was done with airbrush and stencils/etc. Then cleared. All our products are proprietary, we've done almost 900 exteriors - it holds up extremely well. It's the easiest thing on the Jeep to clean but needs a pressure washer.

Some DV8 is U.S.-made, turns out the tire carrier isn't - looking for new tire carrier which is sad because I like the look of this one. Probably going to make our own as I have a pretty good idea for one. Electrical/lighting is non-U.S. as 100% U.S. is pretty much impossible to find.

Hope I can spend some time in here with you all. Thank you for the interest.

Just drove 21 hours straight to get back home - there's probably some miss-spellings.
Welcome to WAL. Thanks for being forthcoming. Great looking Jeep.

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wayoflife
11-07-2016, 05:58 PM
Welcome to WAL. Thanks for being forthcoming. Great looking Jeep. Any peeling problems with it?

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I hope you don't take this the wrong way but your open question to him on the forum is essentially asking him to break our rules.

GraniteCrystal
11-07-2016, 06:20 PM
I hope you don't take this the wrong way but your open question to him on the forum is essentially asking him to break our rules.
Yeah, sorry about that. Didn't think of it that way but I see what you're saying. Post edited.

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