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    737 with cammo panels

    Mine posted on the 29er board.

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    That's pretty sweet! How did you do it? Got any better pics? --Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by marks_bike
    That's pretty sweet! How did you do it? Got any better pics? --Mark
    Thanks!

    Pretty much just tore blue painters tape and applied for the ends of the panels. Covered the lettering with blue painters tape and used an exacto to cut out the outline. Then sprayed a color, applied some more torn tape, sprayed another color, appled torn tape, sprayed another etc until I had no more need to apply tape. I held the frame by hand and did it in a dark garage and outside.

    I'll post some outside pics when I get it out there. Just finished the basement spares build last weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Live
    Mine posted on the 29er board.

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    Looks great.

    I wish Zion would sell a green fork to match the green frames...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockhound
    Looks great.

    I wish Zion would sell a green fork to match the green frames...
    Yeah it's odd they only sell it in black. All the zion crap is on closeout so maybe they have something new in the works. --Mark

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