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Craig A

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WOW those are kinda cheap looking. I liked our other shirts...
 

Craig A

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WOW those are kinda cheap looking. I liked our other shirts...


If someone has a design they would like on the shirts, I can oblige and adjust the design.


- Craig
 

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Since somebody else won't give up the profile design, maybe a line drawing of the front view. Other than the tailgates that's probably where you find the least variation.

So you could do the roundeye, squareye and quad headlights and cover most of the production. IOW three or four designs instead of one for every possibility. Putting the site name in the grill space eliminates the most significant variation in the view and leaving the tires out of the equation removes the lifted, lowered, stock 2WD, 4WD issue.

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Since somebody else won't give up the profile design, maybe a line drawing of the front view. Other than the tailgates that's probably where you find the least variation.

So you could do the roundeye, squareye and quad headlights and cover most of the production. IOW three or four designs instead of one for every possibility. Putting the site name in the grill space eliminates the most significant variation in the view and leaving the tires out of the equation removes the lifted, lowered, stock 2WD, 4WD issue.

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I like the front view idea, but i say put the lettering under the bumper:waytogo:
 

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What format do you prefer to use for imaging? If I get a little free time I may be able to digitize a side view of my K5.
 

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Since somebody else won't give up the profile design, maybe a line drawing of the front view. Other than the tailgates that's probably where you find the least variation.

So you could do the roundeye, squareye and quad headlights and cover most of the production. IOW three or four designs instead of one for every possibility. Putting the site name in the grill space eliminates the most significant variation in the view and leaving the tires out of the equation removes the lifted, lowered, stock 2WD, 4WD issue.

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I think you're on to something

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Went with blue and white as well.
 

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Since somebody else won't give up the profile design, maybe a line drawing of the front view. Other than the tailgates that's probably where you find the least variation.

So you could do the roundeye, squareye and quad headlights and cover most of the production. IOW three or four designs instead of one for every possibility. Putting the site name in the grill space eliminates the most significant variation in the view and leaving the tires out of the equation removes the lifted, lowered, stock 2WD, 4WD issue.

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Good idea, I like the 3 options.
All of my squares have quad headlights.
 

Craig A

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What format do you prefer to use for imaging? If I get a little free time I may be able to digitize a side view of my K5.
JPEG, TIFF, whatever format is fine. I can convert it on my end. As long as it's not a Photoshop file I will be able to use it.

Thanks in advance!


- Craig
 

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JPEG, TIFF, whatever format is fine. I can convert it on my end. As long as it's not a Photoshop file I will be able to use it.

Thanks in advance!


- Craig

I play around with CorelDraw so it can put out damn near anything.
 

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Since somebody else won't give up the profile design, maybe a line drawing of the front view. Other than the tailgates that's probably where you find the least variation.

So you could do the roundeye, squareye and quad headlights and cover most of the production. IOW three or four designs instead of one for every possibility. Putting the site name in the grill space eliminates the most significant variation in the view and leaving the tires out of the equation removes the lifted, lowered, stock 2WD, 4WD issue.

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I'd wear any of those designs any day
 

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