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Stock Burgundy 1 6.67%
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Old 04-02-2013, 01:07 PM
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Looks real nice I do the way it looks..... but matte burgandy would like sick on the truck, if you kept all the badges and other extras black
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now that you've had it for a day er so this way, what's your take on it? it is your truck after all man!

the poll certainly loves the lower black though!
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Looks real nice I do the way it looks..... but matte burgandy would like sick on the truck, if you kept all the badges and other extras black
Yes, Matte Burgundy would look sick but most likely expensive unless I can get it in Plasti Dipp. The best part is if I dont like it I can pull it off, nothing permenant or damaged. Maybe a Matte Gloss over stock paint.

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now that you've had it for a day er so this way, what's your take on it? it is your truck after all man!

the poll certainly loves the lower black though!
Yeah it seems as if the majority is saying black. Which its been a few days and I must say its grown on me. Everyone is looking at the truck, mostly other Ram owners. Im getting a lot of questions like, where did I get my truck, what year is it, who did the mods and whats next...
A hood and Tonneau Cover is next. As well as a Train Horn and possibly Plasti Dipping the roof. Not sure on the roof yet but it can always come off and I can be a PD Guinea Pig test dummy for mods I guess.

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plasti-dippin the roof would be sweet man. something totally different than everyone else for sure.

I love pd. I have a good 5 full cans in my garage, have to keep it on hand all the time. I retrofitted my beater car with projectors, I plasti-dipped the inside buckets and the shrouds of the projectors lol. cheap and easy, with great looks.
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plasti-dippin the roof would be sweet man. something totally different than everyone else for sure.

I love pd. I have a good 5 full cans in my garage, have to keep it on hand all the time. I retrofitted my beater car with projectors, I plasti-dipped the inside buckets and the shrouds of the projectors lol. cheap and easy, with great looks.
Yep I think the roof will be my early Saturday morning project. We shall see how she looks... eventually Ill go all out and PD the enitre truck. Just want to save up for the kit. Seems the automotive kit is more durable than the can version.
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Yep I think the roof will be my early Saturday morning project. We shall see how she looks... eventually Ill go all out and PD the enitre truck. Just want to save up for the kit. Seems the automotive kit is more durable than the can version.
I want to pd a whole vehicle! I would have done it on my ram but ended up selling it. how much is the whole kit?
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I want to pd a whole vehicle! I would have done it on my ram but ended up selling it. how much is the whole kit?
Its not really that expensive considering what you get I guess.....
454 dollars plus 27 dollars shipped. Total of 481 shipped.
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i am wanting to do this with my gen 2 that is forest green and i want it to hug the wheel wells too any opinions on it and when doing creases like at the doors do you just spray over it and not worry about it?
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i am wanting to do this with my gen 2 that is forest green and i want it to hug the wheel wells too any opinions on it and when doing creases like at the doors do you just spray over it and not worry about it?
Yes it will work fine.... it follows body lines and molds to where ever you spray it. You have seen how my lower panels came out. I sprayed over the edge right into the wheel well and rubbed off what I didnt want on the fender wells inside. When I get a chance I will show how I did my door jams, sprayed the out side first. Then when it was dry opened the door and continued the line on the interior jam.
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yeah as you can see it used to have running boards well it still does i guess but just one side, it got dark on me quick, and those are plasti dipped as well so i have done simple stuff and i know that the colors look good together but i am curious about the glossifier and also about how to get such a clean line with mine i dealt with crevices and kind of just carefully used an exacto blade to make the line i wanted
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