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    My 5.9 and JK

    First wash of the $750 5.9 , it looked better dirty lol.
    dont mind the wifes forester trying to sneak in on this awesomeness
    '98 5.9 Limited-stock
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    Nice. I like foresters, actually considering the next new version.

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    hers is the new one ('14) she likes it, bit under powered from a start but gets good mileage for awd and is great in snow
    '98 5.9 Limited-stock
    '07 Unlimited Rubi-RockKrawler-RiverRaider-Reid-RCV-TenFactory-PolyPerformance-Superchips-RuffStuff-Yukon

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    Nice combo of Jeeps ya got there


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    Plasti-dipped my JK yesterday, little different looking now. If the ZJ stays trouble free it may end up matte white
    '98 5.9 Limited-stock
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    That looks good... how long did it take you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMonkeY View Post
    Plasti-dipped my JK yesterday, little different looking now. If the ZJ stays trouble free it may end up matte white
    Looks real good, Shawn. I've played with plastidip a lot, but never done a whole vehicle. Might try it one of these days.

    Tanner, why haven't you done this yet?

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    it took longer than i thought but alot of time went into masking so i could do the door jams, i orginally wasent going to do them but i didnt want the jeep looking silly when i have the doors off. prob have 2 hrs into spraying, used 3.5 gallons between the base and color
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    So you used a normal spray gun? Cool. Any issues yet with the weather?

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    I guess you can run it thru a primer gun but i bought the sprayer they (www.dipyourcar) sells, i plan on doing the panels on my pontoon boat so i figured id get the use out of it, i think i can run stain in it also as it kinda looks like one of those sprayers. i think ill have to redo some spots but thats my fault for not making sure the jeep was dry under mouldings and in cracks
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