There are lots of different ways to accomplish what you are looking for...
First of all if you want the Grizzly to be completely camouflaged then you have to buy the plastic from Yamaha. If you want to temporarily cover your Grizzly with a camo cover try http://www.camoclad.com/atvkits.htm. Then look for the grizzly kit.
I have a realtree 2002 660 and have even had the seat recovered with the Realtree 2002 20-200 pattern. I want to finish some of the side plastic and rear metal in the camo clad Realtree Hardwoods material.
All the best and I can start putting my 2002 Griz in my signature file. I recently locked my photos on the webshots.com website but I can send you an invite to see the magnificent atv I have been working on...
I had looked into the camo plastic idea myself and gave up due to its cost. You're better off just buying a new Grizz in camo if that's what you really want. I think Yamaha wants something like $600 per fender.
If I buy another Grizzly, I'm fairly sure it'll be camo... it IS pretty darn cool looking. For now, I'll stick with my green.
the factory camo is a film that is melted onto the plastic (watched them do it at the factory, stinks like $*&#!) if you get a scratch on it there is tan plastic underneath so it actually hides the scratchs fairly well. Worth the $1400 it would cost to convert over... NO! Good luck finding a new camo griz! It can happen, but they sell out fast!
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