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Thread: Our Vision for our Chaser

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    Default Our Vision for our Chaser

    I love photoshop

    Move the tent down to the trailer. Add another spare. Run matching OEM alloys on the trailer. Powder coat the trailer to match.



    What do you guys think?
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    looks very good , I'm attempting the same thing with a military unit. it may look good to continue the two tone from the truck onto the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detailbarn
    looks very good , I'm attempting the same thing with a military unit. it may look good to continue the two tone from the truck onto the trailer.
    Dont know if we can do that since the trailer is powder coated.... Mario? Martyn? Can you guys answer that?
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    That is looking SWEEETTTTTT!

    I think the most they could do with the powder coating is the body one color and the lid another. I'd keep it the way you have it on Photoshop.
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    Looks sweet!! I'm starting to get trailer envy!! I need to get off this rock, so I can actually go far enough to need a trailer!!!!!
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    Very nice... The Adventure "Duo"
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    Very nice! Add scenery and go!
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    Tent deployed...

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    You could put line-x or herculiner on the bottom of the powdercoated trailer to match the tow rig.

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    Your ladder is crooked

    Gonna be a SWEEEET setup
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