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Old 04-30-2013, 01:43 PM
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Originally Posted by littlegirlbigtruck View Post
Thanks boys!

I will let you know how it holds up. I personally am a big fan of plasti-dip. This truck gets driving from California to Nevada twice a week, and so she is no stranger to bugs/birds/homeless crack heads. I just hope that it holds up like I am planning! I did put on four or five pretty heavy coats. I am glad that the after looks better! I just went out there out of curiosity to see if I could take some of it off in a spot behind a bolt where you couldn't see, and its not going ANYWHERE.
that stuff is pretty sturdy. Mine door moldings hold up to the power washer point blank.

Except now it's peeled up in a spot from all the rocks and mud I run through and fling up on the side of the truck. Oh well :/

I'm sure it'll last a good while on the grille.
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