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turkeeslapper

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  1. I plastidipped mine, and so far been good. didnt even take them off to paint, just taped around and sprayed 7 coats on them.
  2. will do, will prbably go the vinyl route, just havent played with vinyl in the past. Might have a local shop do it for me. Tonight the running boards go on!
  3. No taped approximately 1" in around the letters right where the grill curves. Then when it dried I peeled away the overspray and it separates right at the letters. So easy!
  4. Yea I found them Amazon pretty cheap, will probably go the vinyl route. Not sure how well the plastidip would hold up there. Not to mention the application my be tougher and call for much more prep.
  5. Thanks wasn’t bad at all. Left the grill on used tape newspaper and drop cloths to cover the engine and area I didn’t want overspray. With the taping 6 coats and peel took about 2 hours to complete. Gonna do the tailgate Chevrolet in black next.
  6. A little bath after plasti dipping the Chevrolet, Z71’s, and exhaust tips. Running boards here tomorrow!
  7. The color matched Chevrolet on the front grill looks great, any info on how you did it would be great!
  8. Looking for suggestions and pictures of running boards for the trail boss double cab. Trying to decide if I should go with cab length or wheel to wheel. Pics would help!!
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