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Old 02-09-2014, 08:07 PM   #1251
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Is that white PD? Not bad! My first time with PD was not so good. Blew so chunky I looked like bedliner. Freezing temps + aerosol can = fail
Yes it's white plasti dip. It sprayed chunky today but flattened out some. It isn't smooth like it woud like and when I went to remove the masking tape it started to pull of a little. It looks ok but eventually I want go get them panted by a body shop for a more long lasting look. I've tried Plasti dip on my badges before and it didn't work out. I think I'm officially done with plasti dip. Haven't had good relatioanhip with it. Lol
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Old 02-09-2014, 08:10 PM   #1252
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Is that white PD? Not bad! My first time with PD was not so good. Blew so chunky I looked like bedliner. Freezing temps + aerosol can = fail
And I put 4 layers of clear coat over the entire mirror. The clear coat helped alot
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Live outside of Columbia.
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@andrew29620 how did you pull the mirror cap off?
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Live outside of Columbia.
Welcome to the forum. Be sure and hang out we try to do get togethers as often as we can agree on time and place.
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@andrew29620 how did you pull the mirror cap off?
You can't pull the mirror cap off. It's all one piece. What I did was remove the mirror and that exposes 4 bolts that holds the back on the mirror on. Once I got the back off I masked off what I didn't want painted.
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Welcome to the forum. Be sure and hang out we try to do get togethers as often as we can agree on time and place.
If I had known we were going to get snow I might have tried to do a meet to go play with the trucks in the white stuff.
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That sounds like fun. I hate being stuck in doors.

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That sounds like fun. I hate being stuck in doors.
Yeah. It was fun till the freezing rain started.
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Not exactly Spielberg directed but here's a quick vid I made in the snow today. Looks like the community donut parking lot. Big circles EVERYWHERE.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzsSj...ature=youtu.be
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