Do it... took me one night. Toko the bumpers off as a whole. Just unbolted from frame. I put about 6 hrs into scuffing them with soupy water and scotchbrite pads. He ended up doing some work with a grinder when i got them to him and he sprayed them down. I had them on the next night so took me just about 24hrs and that was that. Did it rgith over the chrome, plastics everything. I didn't take anything apart. He did the liner up and around the inside some too so it stayed on nice and didn't make a lip to peel off.Thanks Jim, I like yours too. I was also admiring your Bumper as was Josh, was that a chrome bumper? How did they prep it? Ive been looking for a solution for my bumper and possible grill.
There ya go man. Were far enough away I dont see your truck! Do it! For the $550 I spent to him, this stuff paid itself off 100x. Never needs washing. Simple car wash does it better than if you really tried. Nothing sticks to it. Wax doesn't make it white, doesn't fade, will not scratch at all compared to painting it black. And is WAY cheaper than a big real bumper. Sure they are serious but I dont need it really more looks than use. This stuff is perfect for a tad stronger than stock bumper.yeah. that looks really sweet. i'll have to look into someone around here that has it' ive been wanting to do the bottom of my truck up to the line they have with something like rino liner. but that looks way better.:rockin
And if you wanna really sparkle up that front end and rear just use the ol paint brush and tireshine and its good for months. Just be careful when you step ont he back bumper to get in the bed cause tireshine is slippery haha.