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Old 11-11-2011, 08:03 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by SLVRSTNG06 View Post
Looks good thinking about doing this to my stock rims.. its totally removable if i hate it right?
Yes, completely removable. Easy. Test some out for yourself on a scrap piece of metal.

Originally Posted by turbo 2.8 View Post
how durable is this stuff? is that gonna be an every 6 month process? looks really good If I did it I'd want to be one and done
It is pretty durable. as long as you dont take any sharp objects to it you'll be fine! you can rub at it and it'll stick.

Had it on for a couple weeks now, no problems. Went through rain, hot, and cold weather, still seems new.
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Old 11-11-2011, 08:36 PM   #32
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I've said it many times before, but I plasti dipped my stock rims on the 2011 V6 I had, lasted 9 month before trading it in. Went through an automated car wash at least a dozen times - didn't faze it at all.

Got serious curb rash at one point, just peeled off around the area, sanded down damaged area, and sprayed over the new area and the old, blended together perfectly.

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