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I thought that at first also but the v and the a in a stencil is different and ammo on a camo setting cover ?
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So far all I have come up with is Old Wild Women V.

I came up with Ornery for a possibility... The V, well I came up with something for that - but it might not be PG rated... Was hoping somebody might come up with a better idea.
 

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what is stenciled on other side of strap? If it is a number; then the last digit is same type of stencil font as the first digit of the 0WWV in question.... thus maybe making it a "0"- zero and not "O"- Oscar?
iTS OWWV military M are straight sided and the W is slanted so it can only be OWWV and not AMMO like my window licking friend from corpus christi tx has sermised The only 3rd grader in corpus that had a class ring ! The last 8 yrs in the 3rd grade he had to sit by the teachers desk cause he had outgrowed the pupil desks
 

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Awning Dye...

Or in the case of CUCV and dye for the dash pad.
Suggestion was to look at http://66autocolor.com

Might be worth a phone call?
HA-HA-HA your not making me take the bait this time and go back down the DYE RABBIT HOLE NO THANK YOU ! ive got the key to awning coloring a harbour freight gravity feed paint gun and a couple quarts of 383 green or tan whatever makes horn honk !
 

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I am curious to know which type of paint sprayer you used. Air? Airless? Electric? I do not own a sprayer but am considering buying one I can paint the truck with but also the house project items. I am also considering painting the undercarriage black Rapco 911. Not sure how to prep all the crevices. Do you suggest degreaser or some other prep?
 

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I am curious to know which type of paint sprayer you used. Air? Airless? Electric? I do not own a sprayer but am considering buying one I can paint the truck with but also the house project items.
I used a 13 dollar harbour freight gravity feed automotive paint gun (its puple) and a 6hp 60 gallon compressor shooting at 30 psi at the trigger in 80 degree day outdoors I started in a 2 1/2 gallon paintpot but it crapped out in the first 5 min so get the big aluminum cup for the paintgun and premix 2 or 3 gallons in a 5 gallon bucket and someone to keep filling your gun and i stood in the front bucket of a 416 cat backhoe and it went pretty fast !
 

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I used a 13 dollar harbour freight gravity feed automotive paint gun (its puple) and a 6hp 60 gallon compressor shooting at 30 psi at the trigger in 80 degree day outdoors I started in a 2 1/2 gallon paintpot but it crapped out in the first 5 min so get the big aluminum cup for the paintgun and premix 2 or 3 gallons in a 5 gallon bucket and someone to keep filling your gun and i stood in the front bucket of a 416 cat backhoe and it went pretty fast !
So when i get ready to paint my trucks will you be sharing your scantily clad paint mixing, paint pouring and 416 operating beauties to assist me with their fine talents? I pay in dollar bills if that is appealing to them. I would also be more than happy to wash them down to rid any nasty overspray pat them on their tiny hiney and send them home.
 

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So when i get ready to paint my trucks will you be sharing your scantily clad paint mixing, paint pouring and 416 operating beauties to assist me with their fine talents? I pay in dollar bills if that is appealing to them. I would also be more than happy to wash them down to rid any nasty overspray pat them on their tiny hiney and send them home.
And of course they would be gently hand washed. Wouldn't want to mis any spots hehehehehe
 

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So when i get ready to paint my trucks will you be sharing your scantily clad paint mixing, paint pouring and 416 operating beauties to assist me with their fine talents? I pay in dollar bills if that is appealing to them. I would also be more than happy to wash them down to rid any nasty overspray pat them on their tiny hiney and send them home.
Yea i will pass it along to them but dont be all gentle they hate that just grab a big handfull of what ever interest you and they will do the rest but dont light a fire you cant put out !!!!!!!!
 

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Finally got around to mounting and plumbing the black water tank in the side box today i just have to glue the dump hose nipple in the neck and its ready for turd dispersal ! And since coachgeo is watching i have got a hose to dump at RV sites instead of grassy interstate ramps ! Hope your happy !
 

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Finally got around to mounting and plumbing the black water tank in the side box today i just have to glue the dump hose nipple in the neck and its ready for turd dispersal ! And since coachgeo is watching i have got a hose to dump at RV sites instead of grassy interstate ramps ! Hope your happy !
I know I mention this before..... saying again more so for new readers...

... if all else fails in finding an RV dump site ...... according to a waist site engineer was talking too... most cities liquid waste sewer center has dump sites too.

Which opens a hmmmmmm.. in my minds eye.... could well be a funny sight (pardon the pun)... as you drive up to a city govt. sewage treatment site in a big military looking rig..:tank:. wonder how fast sheriffs and city cops swarm you. "Officer:recovry4x4: I swear.... Im here to just dump shit" :poop: LOL
 
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Its so hot here today that the greeters at walmart are passing out ice cold cans of Coors lite to help hydrate and inebriate you before you get to the checkout line !
 
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