Plasti-dip isn't just for Ricers.

Self explanitory, if you did a cool mod to the body to help performance, talk about it here and post some pictures too.

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Plasti-dip isn't just for Ricers.

Post by Briano1234 » Sun Mar 26, 2017 4:04 pm

I had a set of trim, and well it was chrome and out of a "yard car" that someone had painted silver.
So I had pondered how to make it work on my 93 needing black....

Well a few hits with Brake-Kleen, and a quick test.... I think I found the answer....
Plasti-dip.

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After.
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Now this was a quick one spray pass, and I would tend to think it might need a bit of tweeking.
But it does match the color, I just need to get it to lay flatter and when it totally dries I might try sanding it a bit...

Besides it will peel off....
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Re: Plasti-dip isn't just for Ricers.

Post by marius12 » Wed Apr 05, 2017 6:58 am

There's also the autodip that works good like plastidip but it is more of vinyl looking.

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