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Thatll be expensive ive done a part on my stock hood never again will I do that
2000 1500 Silverado 5.3 4x4 2500 hd swap keys lowered drop shackles blocks removed, comp 212/218 low lift, ls1 ported throttle body, long tubes ory, cai, magnaflow 3" exhaust cut in front rear tires, f-body efans, rear sway bar, 6k hids, hi 4 mod, tuned by hp tuners and the madness continues
I hate to be a hater but NO more plastidip questions. If your going to do it great, just do it. Then show all of us your awesome flat black or color whatever it is. Plastidip is a very simple product and doesn't need to be over thougt.
If you want to do your whole car I suggest dipyourcar.com I just found out about plasti dipping a whole vehicle the other day by accident and placed my order to dip my truck just to try it for the hell of it. I planned on making a thread when I get done but my color is on back order so watch for it in the future.
Wll it kinda does matter if your going to spend some money on it. Thats like burning money, I mean have you seen a whole truck done before? Ive seen parts and what not, but a whole truck is different. What if I dont like it thats $500 down the drain. Thats the point of this forums.
I would think it would look very uneven from panel to panel. Kinda like having multiple shades of gray and black. I've messed around with it a little just playing but to me anything larger then a wheel or bumper and its not going to look right.
Pat 14 Sierra, 5.3 6spd, All Terrain CCSB. Daily 04 Sierra Denali AWD
TVS2300@14psi on top of 8 Pistons, Leftcoast32 8 Rib setup, Precision Built 4L80E, PI 2800, Tuned by Myself
11.9 @ 112.7(Uncorrected) 5900 Lb raceweight. Old time.