Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by clgoch187, Nov 13, 2013.
ouch. That hurts.
Paint is no big deal, I'm a painter at one of largest body shops in my area. All the paint and supplies for my hood and bumper only came to $299 at the shops cost and ive got plenty of left over base in both colors for the grille and touch ups.
DUDE THERE'S A COP BEHIND YOU!!!!!!
lol.. ok now that it's out of my system.. truck looks friggin sick!
lol I hadn't noticed that before
No po po. Its the fire chiefs ride. But thanks for the heads up
Crown vic with lights = police car to me no matter the paint scheme haha!
Think I'm sticking with all chrome on the grille, its really grown on me. And I'm gonna dip the wheels black as a test run for wheel color since the corrosion on the aluminum is allowing the beads to leak a bit
Truck is looking good, keep up the good work!
You can, it comes off crusty. Although you need to use at least 2 cans of the dip. you need to layer it on thick so that the paint just sticks to the p-dip. too thin of a coat and you will never get the paint off.
If its thick just tap it with the back of a screwdriver or a small hammer to crack the paint, and it comes off like a hard boiled egg shell.
Good to know. I've seen people clearcoat the pd and it holds up to pressure washing soi knew the adhesion was good but I was a little sceptical about the removal..
Ans I've got a gallon from alsa corp, sprays out of a gun instead of a spray bomb so getting the edges and tight spots should be a lot easier
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