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Old 03-08-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Plastidip brembos black...

Yeah umm i like to have everything where i can revert it back to stock and plastidip seems cheap and reversible. Any ideas, experience, opinions? The cars theme is yellow and black and it would be complete with black rims...
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Re: Plastidip brembos black...

I saw plastidipped wheels in person for the first time a couple days ago ... it looks as cheap as it is. Doesn't look like it holds up worth a **** either.
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I have seen plastidip look really good and then I have seen it look really cheap. Guess just depends on who does it.
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Re: Plastidip brembos black...

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I have seen plastidip look really good and then I have seen it look really cheap. Guess just depends on who does it.
Well this was on some jacked up truck in a redneck part of town ... maybe they did it wrong (if that's possible)?
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Mine r plasti dip and they have lasted 8 months now and still look good
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Hmm i dont know if should leave them gunmetal grey or black..? What do you guys think?
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I like black
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Hmm i dont know if should leave them gunmetal grey or black..? What do you guys think?
Eh, you can always try? Ha, if you hate it just peel it off. The experiment will only cost you like $20-$25 dollars.
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Re: Plastidip brembos black...

thats money to take a girl out on a date, if you know what i mean
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Plastic dip is for tools silly wabbit, not mustangs.
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Plastic dip is for tools silly wabbit, not mustangs.
Agreed, with pun intended.
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I have a buddy who used plastidip on his SRT8 Jeeps wheels. It looks pretty sick. Will post a pic soon.
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Re: Plastidip brembos black...

ive done the entire car, and wheels. It holds up amazingly well and I have had it exposed to all elements. Rain, snow, ice, winds, heat and freezing temps. I have had it on for months now and have no flaws with the stuff. Not only that, I already peeled my old hood. It took all of 20 mins to get my stock hood back to black and perty all over again
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