The Camouflage Graphics Kit is a peel & stick Realtree™ pattern for 98 Custom™ and Custom Pro™ markers. It is waterproof, weatherproof, oil and gas resistant, and made of high quality 3M adhesive that won’t fade or scratch.
Available on: Custom Pro™, 98 Custom™
The Tippmann 98 Custom Camouflage Graphics Kit is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Tippmann 98c with
16" smart part barrel
Archon 200 loader
Smart parts Vibe
14" j&j ceramics
Ricochet apache lcd
48/3k WGP compressed air
Unable to be readjusted
Doesn't fit Custom Platinum
I got these for 6$ and applied them thinking they would fit. Well they didn't so now it is kinda lopsided. The camo works real well though and protects the marker from scratches. They stick almost to well so you have to apply it very carefully.8/10 for not being able to fit newer 98 custom
-- BE Folding Stock
-- BT Adjustable Rail
-- BSA 30mm Red-Dot
-- PMI Remote Coil
-- Smart Parts 14" Progressive Barrel
-- Tippmann Double Trigger
-- Tippmann Camouflage Graphic Kit (98 Custom)
-- Pure Energy Co2 Tanks x3
There is no reason not buy this product, except perhaps the fact that it is $25.00 Canadian for a set of stickers.
But it's worth it if you have the money and don't need to use it on a performance upgrade. This kit is basically identical to the one for the A-5, but there were no reviews specific for the 98 Custom so I added the product. The difference is the design of the marker requires a different design of the stickers.
Please note that when I say "stickers" I don't mean cheap, fall-off-in-a-week, paper, stickers. This is a good quality, very good. These are 3M stickers, and they have not shown any sign of wear or peeling since I applied them (about 2 1/2 weeks ago). These are also quite thick, and not a piece of sticky paper like the $1.00 smiley face stickers you buy at the dollar store, and this is a very durable product.
When applying the graphics, however, be careful. If you place it then press it down, and figure out it was tilted and is covering a screw, or if you placed it all crooked, good luck getting it off. But that's the point! It shouldn't come off, and it doesn't! Place it carefully, make sure it's lined good, then slowly press it down hard from one end to the other, careful not to make it crease or get ripples or whatever you call them in it.
Go buy it... makes your 98 Custom look cool, and it might help a little for camouflage? Sure why not, but basically it's for thrills.