Over the weekend i was able to utilize a few cans of plasti dip and hooked up my stock wheels on my 08 armada se. I am very pleased with the outcome, I think it changed the whole look of the armada. This was my first time using this product and i love it! Near future plans to plasti dip the running boards and rear step bumper. Check out the pics!!!!!
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VOLANT CAI, Interior LED Package, 8000k HID Lows, 6000k LED Fogs, Reverse Camera, Invisble Car Bra, Upper and lower grille combo, BD Triple Dog GT (Premium Tune + 2 deg. adv.), White Door Handles, Bilstein 5100 Offroad Shocks with maximum lift in the front, Red powdercoated NCP 2773546 NAPA front springs, Rancho 9000XL Rear offroad shocks, Red powdercoated NCP 2773545 NAPA rear springs, Front and Rear Powerstop slotted and drilled rotors with ceramic pads, Removed front anti-sway bar just like Pops
I am running ceramic pads that put out minor amounts of dust and haven't noticed any on the wheels , but I do have a can n the garage and will post it on how long the wheels stay linking badass! Thanx for the compliments fellas!¡!!!
Mine never stained.. The only "problem" was I had to respray anytime after tire work was done, but for $6 to touch-up who can complain? A couple weekends ago I built a fishtank stand for my wife and Plastidipped the top of it because I was too cheap to paint it. Plastidip isn't permanent, it was never designed to be. But it is really easy to touch up on and smooths itself over nicely so any touchups or resprays are not obvious at all.
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