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Old 07-21-2014, 07:23 AM   #1151
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[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] you've got some vinyl experience right? Is it worth it? Been tossing around the idea of doing some vinyl in the dash/center console/door panels but I've never done it before.
[MENTION=120634]DavidSchlot822[/MENTION] I have a friend that lives in petal that does hydro dipping. He's pretty good. We could ride over there when you come up for the meet and let you check his work out if you wanna go that route. He does it on his own. Not a business. But he's good. And cheap. Lol
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[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] you've got some vinyl experience right? Is it worth it? Been tossing around the idea of doing some vinyl in the dash/center console/door panels but I've never done it before.
If you've never done vinyl before i would have a pro do it. Even then i would be curious to see how it turns out. I attempted a piece on the dash and wasn't very happy how it turned out. I'm either going to look into getting the pieces painted or do some hydro dipping.
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[MENTION=120634]DavidSchlot822[/MENTION] I have a friend that lives in petal that does hydro dipping. He's pretty good. We could ride over there when you come up for the meet and let you check his work out if you wanna go that route. He does it on his own. Not a business. But he's good. And cheap. Lol
Lol there you go.

Does he take orders?
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Old 07-21-2014, 09:14 AM   #1154
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[MENTION=127892]2012platinum[/MENTION] I'm down bro
[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] I appreciate the insight man. Gonna go with hydro dipping I think.
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[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] I appreciate the insight man. Gonna go with hydro dipping I think.
Yeah i think hydro dipping would give it more of a show look.

Ok so 22x12 or 22x14? I can't freaking decide.
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[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] I appreciate the insight man. Gonna go with hydro dipping I think.
[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] he's not big enough to take orders. He got into it as a hobby to do guns and deer skulls and stuff, and he likes it now. He's in the process of building a vat to do big stuff like golf cart bodies and stuff. He just works by word of mouth reference and friends right now.
[MENTION=120634]DavidSchlot822[/MENTION] I'll shoot him a text and see if hes interested in doing some pieces for you
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Yeah i think hydro dipping would give it more of a show look.

Ok so 22x12 or 22x14? I can't freaking decide.
If your gonna stay with a 6" lift, I'd say 12's unless you're ready to do some serious trimming. But if you're gonna go high enough to run em, then def 14's! I love mine. Everybody compliments them
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[MENTION=96662]Mrocha85[/MENTION] he's not big enough to take orders. He got into it as a hobby to do guns and deer skulls and stuff, and he likes it now. He's in the process of building a vat to do big stuff like golf cart bodies and stuff. He just works by word of mouth reference and friends right now.
[MENTION=120634]DavidSchlot822[/MENTION] I'll shoot him a text and see if hes interested in doing some pieces for you
I gotcha, thanks. That's still far down my list anyways.
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If your gonna stay with a 6" lift, I'd say 12's unless you're ready to do some serious trimming. But if you're gonna go high enough to run em, then def 14's! I love mine. Everybody compliments them
Oh yeah ill definitely be high enough to run the 14's if I need to be. Just hard to tell what something will look like in pictures compared to in person.
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Oh yeah ill definitely be high enough to run the 14's if I need to be. Just hard to tell what something will look like in pictures compared to in person.
What lift kit you gonna run? The 14's are a real mean look. Some people say the stick out too far, but I love it. It def turns heads when it comes down the road. My vote is for 14's. What wheel you looking at?
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