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Old 11-11-2012, 05:25 PM
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So over the past couple of months/weeks I have done some exterior mods and i have posted some small threads about them.. but I wanted to put together a thread with all of the mods in one place! Still havent gotten around to removing the chrome trim

Mods: Added Fogs, Blacked Out Rims With PD, Painted Calipers Blue, Added SRT8 Spoiler, PD'd All Emblems, PD Strips
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20% Tint, Home Made CAI,Flowmaster Dual Exhaust w/ H-Pipe, 2 MTX 12" Subs and AMP, Kenwood Head Unit, Side Marker Blinker Mod, Sonic Blue Dash, SRT Spoiler, PD'd Rims, Blue Calipers, 6K HID Heads and Fogs, Predator 89 Tune W/10% Throttle Boost,Tinted Tails, TruFiber SRT Hood, Sequential Tails, Daytona Front Lip
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Cool set up! I have been contemplating whether to PD some of my black '06 charger. Namely, my rims and windshield trim (because their faded badly). I already have some black PD, just waiting for the right day with enough free time. Did you take off your rims when you did yours? or just leave them on and put tape around it?
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Cool set up! I have been contemplating whether to PD some of my black '06 charger. Namely, my rims and windshield trim (because their faded badly). I already have some black PD, just waiting for the right day with enough free time. Did you take off your rims when you did yours? or just leave them on and put tape around it?
So ive done my rims twice now. The first time I did it I left the rims on the car and did the trash bag trick where you rip a trash bag in half and wrap it around the brake caliper so no PD gets on them.

The first time I PDd them it stayed on perfect and everything no problems at all.

The second time I did it, I took them off because I was painting my calipers blue, and just wanted tk get some more coverage on the rims so I added a couple coats to it.

One thing I love about plasti dip is it peels off where you don't want it. So I didn't have to tape off my tire at all because I was just able to peel It off after it dried.

I love the way it looks and I love how its super durable
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So ive done my rims twice now. The first time I did it I left the rims on the car and did the trash bag trick where you rip a trash bag in half and wrap it around the brake caliper so no PD gets on them.

The first time I PDd them it stayed on perfect and everything no problems at all.

The second time I did it, I took them off because I was painting my calipers blue, and just wanted tk get some more coverage on the rims so I added a couple coats to it.

One thing I love about plasti dip is it peels off where you don't want it. So I didn't have to tape off my tire at all because I was just able to peel It off after it dried.

I love the way it looks and I love how its super durable
That sounds great! I'm definitely going to have to try this for myself too and knowing that I can peel off some of it after it dries to adjust anything really is helpful to know. Thanks for the tip, it looks great on yours.
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Namely, my rims and windshield trim (because their faded badly).
Magic Eraser will bring that windshield trim back to brand new
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Magic Eraser will bring that windshield trim back to brand new
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