How'd you paint the hinges and badge black?This weekend, I had several projects to do, some of which I even completed!
I started with the following list to install:
-Performance Stability Steering Attenuator
-Heated seat pads to go under the seat covers (under $60 on Amazon!)
-Synergy Rear Lower Control Arms
-Rear sway bar end links (have had for almost a year, and never seem to have time to install them)
-A switch that I have deemed "the a$$h*le button"- momentary switch for the reverse lights so I can flash my "brights" at the jerks that tailgate me to let them know they are following too closely.
-Still working on fixing my initial wiring of rock lights that was a bit spotty.
I finished the steering piece, seat heaters, light switch, and some of the rock lights. I did paint the rear LCAs red, but didn't get them finished in time to install them (or the sway bar end links). I also Plasti-Dipped the hood and door hinges black, but my skills are lacking and the edges aren't all that clean in some places. It looks great though!
The main project was chopping the stock fenders and front bumper on my friend's 2015 JKS. He just got it a month or two ago and is preparing for a lift and wheels/tires.
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Hood hinges are now black! Not pictured: door hinges and trail rated badge also black now.
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Buddy's first time cutting on the new Jeep- only 1500 miles on it!
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Buddy's stock setup and chopped front fenders fitting my front wheels and tires (315/70-17 tires with 17x9 ET-12 wheels):
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Finished fender chop on buddy's 2015 JKS with my Jeep behind it:
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Did you just tape around those areas and then spray right on? Sorry, I'm new to plastidip. Bought a few bottles and read and watched some videos that showed spraying being done right over the area without worrying about over spray. I know the dip should be able to be peeled right off but it still makes me nervous spraying my new Anvil! Thanks for any advice!That was just Frog Tape and Plasti-Dip!