Voymom said:I wonder how restupid it would look to plasti dip my stock rims?? They're horrible LOL I don't think blacking them out will make them look less ugly though
YOUNG said:Thank you all! and voymom i want new wheels too! but you might as well plasti dip them and see how you like it, im a big fan of it looking like there isnt anything there. and in the dark it looks really nice.
STLtrailbSS said:And by road rash if you mean rubbing these things down a curb your not going to like the outcome but for everyday like rocks salt water blah blah blah they handle great they don't chip like a paint would they will stay that nice solid black. SS owners have seen 1year before noticable problems. Mine have been through 2 snows here without an issue still look like the day i painted them.
STLtrailbSS said:It will work with ANYTHING lol! but yeah it should definitely work on the bumper.
jbones said:That would make a fairly inexpensive mod. I've always preferred the black lower painted bumpers.
SBUBandit said:I think you'll definitely be in the minority there. I've never been a fan of any vehicle with Rubbermaid parts
Off Road Bella said:is plasti dip only used on metal or can it be used on plastic/ fibreglass components too?
ItsOnVoy said:hmm now you guys got me thinking to do my fulgy looking rims lol
cartman57 said:Wifey thought I bought new rims, now she wants the rims on her RX done.
Haven't posted much but read alot, this is one good forum!
Thanks for all the ideas.
JosueLT said:How is it peeling the tape off? Does it peel off clean? Or does it pull the rest of the plasti-dip off too?
I imagine you'd have to start untaping while it's still wet a bit to avoid peeling.