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Old 12-23-2012, 08:50 PM   #1
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Plasti Dipped wheels and deck lid

Just finished up plasti dipping my wheels and deck lid. How'd it turn out?
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Old 12-23-2012, 08:53 PM   #2
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Awesome. I still need to plastidip my wheels. It probably won't be until this spring for me, but I'll do brake calipers at the same time.
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Give it about two days and look for any shallow spots. I had one wheel that looked dipped but upon closer looks the grey was peeping though
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Plasti dipping brake calipers...? not sure how that will work..please let us know when you do. I plasti dipped my exhaust tips back in june prior to install and they've held up well. Got some green blaze in route to have some fun with here soon
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Oh haha, no. I'm painting them green. I'm just going to do it all at once.
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cool! I used Dupli color grabber green engine paint. so far so good...but they took a ton of abuse on a quick run from SC to VA and back in one day. gonna scuff em down and recoat in march when it warms up.
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Looks good.love your car.
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I want to plastic dip but I'm afraid it will look cheap
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Old 12-23-2012, 11:43 PM   #9
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If it does, peel it off! That's the beauty of it.
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Exactly. Used on my Fiesta as well and thanks to stencils...I have an RS model. messes with everyones head...LOL
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Plasti dipping brake calipers...? not sure how that will work..please let us know when you do. I plasti dipped my exhaust tips back in june prior to install and they've held up well. Got some green blaze in route to have some fun with here soon
Wait! You're back! And plasti dipped calipers is an ok Idea. I touched up mine with that one wheel and that overspray is still there.
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cool! I used Dupli color grabber green engine paint. so far so good...but they took a ton of abuse on a quick run from SC to VA and back in one day. gonna scuff em down and recoat in march when it warms up.
Look whose back from the dead haha
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not "dead"...overworked more like it. and Thanks!

---------- Post added at 10:23 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:22 PM ----------

wait...you plasti dipped the calipers...and its working...?
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