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ok, i have come up with 2 solutions to my paint problems. the first is repaint, and the second is to camo wrap the whole truck. the problem is i need to find the least expensive way to do it since my sister just borrowed 4 grand which is almost all of the money i have saved thus far this deployment. anyone throw some help my direction in regards to both routes please. also, anyone that knows of any good shops to talk to in the ingleside tx or corpus cristie tx area that would help to.
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have you looked into having the faded paint buffed out? if you go that route to shine it back up then just fix the rust you talked about on the fenders it would save you lots of money vrs. painting the whole truck.

As for the cammo wrap, well if you wrap over that rust it will continue to rust . just cause you cover it up doesnt make it stop. So it could be a waist of money unless you fix the fender rust first. not sure if that helps you or confuses you

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