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Old 04-14-2013, 03:26 PM   #1
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Plasti dipping Race Stripes

Anyone ever plasti dipped race striped on their car? Good idea? Would love to get some feed back. Thanks.
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Holy cow!!! This Plasti-dip stuff sure is popular. Note to self: Look into buying some Plasti-dip stock next week. Lol.
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I'm working on doing strips on mine but this is what I did to my spoiler first


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Old 04-14-2013, 05:22 PM   #4
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I'm working on doing strips on mine but this is what I did to my spoiler first
Thanks dude. Spoiler looks great!! Let me know how the stripes turn out! Would love to know if its worth it or not. Or if I should just go vinyl. But I think the flat black would looks awesome against the Satin Silver.

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Holy cow!!! This Plasti-dip stuff sure is popular. Note to self: Look into buying some Plasti-dip stock next week. Lol.
You should really look into it. It's a inexpensive way to change color on a car or car part. They claim it'll last 3 years before a new coat is needed. Best part is of you get tired of it just peel it right off!

Check this outDipyourcar.com
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Hey stangreaper if u ever plasti dip some stripes on your car let me know. I have a silver stang myself.
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Hey stangreaper if u ever plasti dip some stripes on your car let me know. I have a silver stang myself.
Will do Joe! If I ever do it ill let you know how it turns out.
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On another note. Anyone had good luck on chrome rims?
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