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I picked up a spare with a brand new tire from a salvage yard for 32 bux, what a deal! This weekend I plan on adding a Magnaflow muffler, and Plasti dipping my flares and a couple inches of the bottom of the body.
That's a great deal I asked at lkq a parts dismantler and they wanted $110 just for that stock wheel, I'm headed for remove it yourself yard this weekend hoping to find a wheel and a expy center console.
Today I plasti dipped my fender flares, only one more plasti dip job and I'll be done.
11 years of dirt, not too bad.
A little tip I would advise everyone to use when it's a bit chilly out is to put the spray cans into a cup of hot water for about 10 minutes right before spraying. It makes the plasti dip come out a lot smoother.