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Old 05-15-2013, 10:55 AM   #36
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Than I'm going with them cuz I also plasti dipped my rear and that matches perfectly. Thanks for the info man
No problem, ya it's a perfect match.
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Did all that rear end dressin up and couldn't leave that rusty lookin tail pipe stickin out there.

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looks awesome and dont you have when someone in your neighborhood gets the same exact car and color *** you and it look just like yours
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Sorry to be off topic, but are they gloss black bumper inserts?
i had a sheet of scrap 3m vinyl sitting around so i just used a razor and hand cut my inserts.

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i love our color ima get it resprayed when i have the chance n get all the bumps and dings fixed make it look clean and again slow did i cut your bumper for your exhaust?
yeah i cut my rear bumper

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i had a sheet of scrap 3m vinyl sitting around so i just used a razor and hand cut my inserts.

yeah i cut my rear bumper
did you really? what'd you use? it looks too good...
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yea he did n how did u do it
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I did my rear valence yesterday but idk how to do letters

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I did my rear valence yesterday but idk how to do letters
I bought my Matt Black letter off E Bay, pretty cheap. Peel and stick.
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I tried to do my letters before, and it did NOT work lol. It's a pain to tape, too of you were to do it
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I tried to do my letters before, and it did NOT work lol. It's a pain to tape, too of you were to do it
Ya that's why I bought mine, didn't want it to look tacky. Knew I could do the trunk lid and bumper but those letter would have to be taped perfect. Letters matche the dip perfect.
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Ya that's why I bought mine, didn't want it to look tacky. Knew I could do the trunk lid and bumper but those letter would have to be taped perfect. Letters matche the dip perfect.
That's why I want to get the ones you have lol
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You can get the mustang insert letters on eBay for like 5$...
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I did my rear valence yesterday but idk how to do letters
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That's why I want to get the ones you have lol
Get the stainless steel inserts man.. Black for the letter will be too dark.. You won't like it.
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You can cut the rear easily with a dremel tool
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You can cut the rear easily with a dremel tool
What's that lol..
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Its a rotary cutting or grinding tool. Different ends interchange on it. You can buy cheap electric ones at hardware stores.
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I love how all of Yal looks great will it be alright if I throw in my 98 on here? Just like showing off my pasti dip work as well



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Its a rotary cutting or grinding tool. Different ends interchange on it. You can buy cheap electric ones at hardware stores.
Dremel to cut vinyl letters, what did I miss ?
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No dremel to cut the rear bumper...I used a razor to cut out my inserts
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why didnt u make it a bit curver like the actual gt bumper?
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I plastic upped the valence I'm not very good at plastidipping
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why didnt u make it a bit curver like the actual gt bumper?
didn't feel like cutting any more lol...honestly how it curves doesn't bother me but if it's eating at you feel free to come shave some more off
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yea hahaa im like ahhh why not just a bit more ima use a dremel and then sand of the edges then paint it with plasti dip about 1/2 in line around the edge
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Just picked up some plastic dip spray now I gotta wait for a nice day to do this too much bad weather.....waiting sucks

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yea hahaa im like ahhh why not just a bit more ima use a dremel and then sand of the edges then paint it with plasti dip about 1/2 in line around the edge
I'm lost what exactly are you cutting?
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the bumper to put the top of the dual exhaust
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the bumper to put the top of the dual exhaust
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Be careful with your tape or end up like me taking it off and redoing it

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Be careful with your tape or end up like me taking it off and redoing it
Wouldn't tape it off again the plasti dip bonds with the tape it with be a headache but spray your side scoop as well the outer area your spraying and peel off the outer area that you don't want plasti dip or get some goo gone wipes and start work it off and I say get the wipes because if you get the spray goo gone it might get your side scoop wet but with the wipes it will be easy to remove or if your boss just take off the side scoop but taking it off is a headache but having off then spraying with plasti dip is so much better
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Wouldn't tape it off again the plasti dip bonds with the tape it with be a headache but spray your side scoop as well the outer area your spraying and peel off the outer area that you don't want plasti dip or get some goo gone wipes and start work it off and I say get the wipes because if you get the spray goo gone it might get your side scoop wet but with the wipes it will be easy to remove or if your boss just take off the side scoop but taking it off is a headache but having off then spraying with plasti dip is so much better
Thanks for the tip I went a bit plasti dip crazy this weekend now I have a hood and side scoop to fix
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Thanks for the tip I went a bit plasti dip crazy this weekend now I have a hood and side scoop to fix
Same here buddy we on the same boat I just got the plasti dip "fix it" can in the mail the other day so I been fixing the texture and the few rips just trying to repair it then starting over
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Same here buddy we on the same boat I just got the plasti dip "fix it" can in the mail the other day so I been fixing the texture and the few rips just trying to repair it then starting over
Well lucky for me they sell it here at the local lowes so I ran and bought two more cans looks great now
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Well lucky for me they sell it here at the local lowes so I ran and bought two more cans looks great now
That's awesome I'm going to plasti dip a few other things on my mustang this weekend will post pic when I get it done
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