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Old 06-22-2013, 04:19 PM   #1
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Blacked out rear emblem

Plasti dipped my rear emblem today.
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:20 PM   #2
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That turned out really nice

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Old 06-22-2013, 04:22 PM   #3
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I want to do my side emblems just have to figure out how to tape off the colors in the tribar
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Def show pics, what kind I paint did you use, do you think it would look good if I painted the pony black on mine?
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Looks really good. The plasti looks nice and smooth. I did the same thing with mine, but I also painted the word FORD white and I think it looks great.

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Def show pics, what kind I paint did you use, do you think it would look good if I painted the pony black on mine?
That's what I was planning on doing. How is what I am stuck on as well. How to do that without painting the tri-bar?
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I want to do my side emblems just have to figure out how to tape off the colors in the tribar
Just dip all of it & peel off the dip that covers the colors.
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What about doing the pony on the grill and the rear deck lid emblem white? Especially since I am going to get a blackout inset for the deck.
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What about doing the pony on the grill and the rear deck lid emblem white? Especially since I am going to get a blackout inset for the deck.
That would look good..it'll be good contrast!
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That would look good..it'll be good contrast!
I'll do plasti dip first. That way if it looks stupid I can undo it with minimal effort.
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I'll do plasti dip first. That way if it looks stupid I can undo it with minimal effort.
Yea plasti dip is awesome to see if u like it & if u LOVE it u can do it permanently! Plasti dip holds up pretty good too u can always keep that!?
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looks great with the Kona Blue!
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I have blacked out the pony on the front grille and blacked out the back chrome like you and it looks great! Also it's fool proof
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@Sigstang do you have any pics?
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I just plastidipped my grille, and I think I now know what I'm doing next.

Looks great!
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