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Finished up the plasti dip!! Minus the plastic part between tow hooks doing that white

 

 

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What did you use on the brake lights? How many coats?

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My work in progress

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What did you use on the brake lights? How many coats?

I used 8 coats of mate clear plasti dip, and three ish light coats of mate black plast dip until desired darkness

 

 

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2014 Silverado Dropkick Edition:

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Just got my truck Friday and dipped the front grill and bumper. Gotta do the rear next week.

 

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How did you do the badges? I want to do mine white but didnt want to remove them.

 

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Did a lil work on mine the other day turned out awesome!


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I taped off the whole thing an cut with a razor out what I wanted to be plasti dipped

 

 

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Thats what I figured. Thats a lot of work haha but it looks good.

You don't need to to that. Just tape off like an inch to each side of the letters, dip the whole thing and once your done with a toothpick start peeling the dip of the paint. Make sure where the letters start that the dip is not connected and when your peeling it off the paint it will brake on its own from the letters.
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Here's my recent addition...low mileage 2014 GMC Sierra SLE Crew 4wd with "preferred package". Upgrades already on order.

 

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Sunday bump and some Instagram filteration

 

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Mine is so stock, but I do love it! 103074f83b189de45d66ce06927f87f5.jpg

 

 

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Those factory 22's? I love them.....

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Those are 20's…

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