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post #11 of 17 Old 06-27-2014, 06:53 PM
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Did the carry green?
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yea do the rear up, like the old pickups
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I did 3 coats. Its holding up great.

Plasti Dip Camo This may work for the olive green. If you go to the website, there is also a "mix your own color" kit you can buy.
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whats ther average lifespan of a coat of plastidip before it needs a redo?
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Did the carry green?
Thye might have more than one green



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whats ther average lifespan of a coat of plastidip before it needs a redo?
I'm curious on how a 3 layer coat would last.
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vinyl is also something worth looking into, while it is more involved and takes more time, there are a ton more colors and styles you can go for.
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Honestly, this stuff holds up very well. I did the step bars and from emblem on the grill on my truck. Lots of highway miles, car washes, etc and still looks new. I did get a chip on my step bar but touched it up in about 5 minutes. Can't tell it was ever there.

If you dig around a little online you'll see people doing their whole vehicles.
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