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Old 01-10-2012, 12:25 PM   #1
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plasti dip : )

Well i kept reading and reading about this stuff and how easy it is to use SO i decided to play with some so far painted the running horse and trunk emblem and now working on my rims so far this stuff is AMAZING hahahaha. Pics will be us later today.
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Sweet! Looking forward to them! I'm doing a little Plasti-Dippin myself today too!
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Some after shots
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Oh man, that came out great! I really like how you left the trim around the Faux Gas Cap!
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Thanks man! It was kinda a mistake lol the masking tape caught onto the cap when i peeled it off but i said F-it it looks sweet hahaha. What did you do on yours?
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Old 01-10-2012, 04:33 PM   #6
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Lol, yeah it paid off! Looks great. I'm tapeing off the chin on my stock bumper (the red part at the bottom) and the mesh on my ram air hood.
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Yeah man it came out good! Looks mean hahahaha
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Well i kept reading and reading about this stuff and how easy it is to use SO i decided to play with some so far painted the running horse and trunk emblem and now working on my rims so far this stuff is AMAZING hahahaha. Pics will be us later today.
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Looks really good! I wonder if I should plasti a blackout panel... Hmmm.
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:47 PM   #9
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I was thinking about that but i wanna smoke my tail lights 1st then if i dont like it ill just peel it off : )
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Plastidipped my wheels a couple of days ago and I couldn't be more impressed. Looks great on yours as well. Now I really want to black out my pony front and rear emblem..
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Love it on the wheels. Where would one purchase this "plasti-dip" if one were so inclined?
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Re: plasti dip : )

Did you all see some of the enhancements they have come out with since so many people are now doing this?

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I want to plasti dip now lol
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Thanks man post some pics! The emblems are a lot easier lol took about an hour for the whole process.
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Love it on the wheels. Where would one purchase this "plasti-dip" if one were so inclined?
Home depot there about 5.98 a can or close to that
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I will post some pics for sure. Just a quick question how did you paint the trunk emblem? Did you leave it on or how did you take it off?
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Plasti-Dipped my R/C Drift car. Wheels, Trunk, Roof and Hood.

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First one is bone, then the other 2 I plasti dipped wheels and grill trim
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Here's what my faux gas cap and emblem look after plasti. They look dirty, cuz it's been nothing but rain all week here
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Re: plasti dip : )

im almost done with the entire car... man its exhausting lol
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You've been working pretty hard on it. May do some this weekend.
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Re: plasti dip : )

ames you have tinted tails right? why not do a blackout panel between them?
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Home depot there about 5.98 a can or close to that
Thanks! I'll have to check it out.
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Thanks! I'll have to check it out.
Not a problem!
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Re: plasti dip : )

wow that turned out really nice! I heard there is a spray can plasti dip you can do your wheels with too, is that the same one you used?
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wow that turned out really nice! I heard there is a spray can plasti dip you can do your wheels with too, is that the same one you used?
Yea i used the spray can alot easier
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Yea same here its like spray paint but plasti dip lol
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