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Old 04-19-2015, 07:46 PM   #1
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What's the best product to use when painting them... I tried plastidip... Pealed rather quick...????
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A surface like that needs to rough. Ideally sand blast. Or a rough / coarse scots bright with lots of elbow grease. A self etching prime, follow the directions. Prep is the key, as you have found out nothing will stick to a smooth surface.
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ps - amp running boards are already black and are way cool.
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Thanks a lot I will try this ... Then go buy some new running boards haha
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Used black ones or the FX4 style pop up on craigslist or even for sale on here.
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