|10-01-2012 06:44 PM|
Rustoleum bedliner fixes everything as far as I'm concerned. Give the jeep a bath, wipe down the flares twice with some mineral spirits, tape off and spray. I'll get a pic up in a few.
|10-01-2012 06:29 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||If they are gray because of sun exposure, use a heat gun to turn them black again. Like a hotter version of a hair dryer, keep the heat gun moving and like magic, it'll start turning your flares black again. I use the cooler heat setting of my heat gun which still produces hotter air than a hair dryer puts out. It sometimes only lasts a year but heck it only takes 20 minutes to do.|
|10-01-2012 06:26 PM|
|rayman375||My flares, steps, and top all came gray from the factory.|
|10-01-2012 05:51 PM|
|tallzdatank||im gonna plasti dip mine this weekend, ill post pics you can see if you'll like it black. mine is also navy blue with black denim top.|
|10-01-2012 05:50 PM|
The B2B lasts a pretty good long time between treatments. I am tempted to use the Forever Black next time, it is actually a dye.
|10-01-2012 05:33 PM|
|beetle||use some spray on bed liner|
|10-01-2012 05:31 PM|
|Crazyflyingplastics||The ones on my 2005 were gray when I bought it. I've since painted them black|
|10-01-2012 04:58 PM|
Fender Flare color Gray?
Just bought a 2002 TJ Sport. My fourth jeep but first one since 1990. The fender flares are very faded, I think. Is it possible that they were gray to start with? It is navy blue with a black denim top. When I tried using Back to Black they turned a darker shiny gray but not even close to black.