4D55 Performance wrote:In a perfect world a heat gun would speed up the process but that stuff does not want to come off. I think it is heat resistant. I wish you could just spray the bumpers in place but most choose to remove the end caps all together prior to painting which made a huge improvement to the end product. It is a good idea to remove the flares because you may have some rust spots developing where the brackets mount to the body. I am all for cutting corners but I think this is one job worth spending the extra money and time to do it right the first time.
Otiswesty wrote:Why don't you guys paint the entire grille? It looks good, but seems like it should be black all the way down that part to the bumper level. Less noticeable with a winch on front, but seems a little odd. The chrome strips come off easily with a blow dryer or a heat gun, they just peel off, then some goo gone to get the rest of the adhesive off. The running boards are in a tight spot, but using a ratcheting box wrench makes it pretty easy and saves alot of time.
Looking good Spence. The large roof tent must be great for accomodating all those kids, put up a pic with the trailer once that is all sorted.
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