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Old 07-08-2014, 10:09 PM   #23701
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Yeah it does. I wanna one day take flares and badges off and make them clean an smooth and take the bed caps off and make them a solid smooth piece. Browning had a post of where a guy did it to his lighting it looked so nice man. And I wish there was a way to make the rear window all one piece and same with front bumper. I love how the gms look without flares or badges just slick and clean all the way down!!!
My back window is all one piece there's no little window in the middle that opens... I don't mind the badges too much but I agree I would love to have my fender pieces taken off everything welded solid sanded and everything painted smooth
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Yeah it does. I wanna one day take flares and badges off and make them clean an smooth and take the bed caps off and make them a solid smooth piece. Browning had a post of where a guy did it to his lighting it looked so nice man. And I wish there was a way to make the rear window all one piece and same with front bumper. I love how the gms look without flares or badges just slick and clean all the way down!!!
Sanding all the the texture off the bezel and painting it gloss black, and tinting the 3rd brake light with that same black would effectively give the illusion that you did that. It'd all blend together and look solid at a distance.
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Old 07-08-2014, 10:30 PM   #23703
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Sanding all the the texture off the bezel and painting it gloss black, and tinting the 3rd brake light with that same black would effectively give the illusion that you did that. It'd all blend together and look solid at a distance.
Yeah I remember us talking about that and will do that when she gets her surgery. And Adam I think no badges look so so clean! But the 09+ badges like browning has look a lot better than our stock ones.
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Old 07-09-2014, 07:06 AM   #23704
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What did you use to black out the rear bumper? I like it.
Thank you! I actually used plasti dip for my rear bumper, the rest of the black out including the badges were actually painted. I wasn't sure how it would look so I decided to go with a non permanate solution, so far the dip is holding up well, I dont expect it to last through hunting season but time will tell.
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Old 07-09-2014, 10:06 AM   #23705
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Thank you! I actually used plasti dip for my rear bumper, the rest of the black out including the badges were actually painted. I wasn't sure how it would look so I decided to go with a non permanate solution, so far the dip is holding up well, I dont expect it to last through hunting season but time will tell.

you'd be suprised, i dipped my wheels and going thru mud ruts and then washing the truck afterwards..... and the wheels are still black haha
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What wheels are those?
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MotoMetal 970's
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Interior lights, under seat,

door bulbs, map lights, dome light, ash tray light, and glove box light
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