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    Santa Brown was back...

    Picked up an EVO License plate relocation kit, Poison Spyder Plate/3rd brake light kit and PS Plate delete kit...

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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
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    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackKnight View Post
    And forgot to add in the Painted version of the Bombshells...

    My dad just got this and wants to paint his red. How'd you do yours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckweil View Post
    My dad just got this and wants to paint his red. How'd you do yours?
    For mine, I bought the Black Powder coated ones, so I didn't have to deal withthe black. I happened to have a small bottle of OEM chip repair paint, the one that had like a pen applicator and if you twist open it has a small brush. and just painted them following the main lines. It was rather easy, just took a while to be neat.
    Last edited by BlackKnight; 09-15-2017 at 12:16 PM.
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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackKnight View Post
    For mine, I bought the Black Powder coated ones, so I didn't have to deal withthe black. I happened to have a small bottle of OEM chip repair paint, the one that had like a pen applicator and if you twist open it has a small brush. and just painted them following the main lines. It was rather easy, just took a while to be neat.
    Awesome yeah he bought the black also but wants to do the black and red. I'll give him that idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckweil View Post
    Awesome yeah he bought the black also but wants to do the black and red. I'll give him that idea!
    I was originally going to try to tape and spray the green (Rustolium makes a color almost exactly the same as the Comando green). but the last time I tried the tape method (the engine cover) it didn't come out so well...
    Last edited by BlackKnight; 09-20-2017 at 04:49 PM.
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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


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    Quote Originally Posted by buckweil View Post
    My dad just got this and wants to paint his red. How'd you do yours?
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    EVO Skids, EVAP, Poison Spyder Diff Covers and a leveling kit all installed...

    Still working on the Plate reloaction, just the fear of chopping into wiring that's holding me back...
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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


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    Picked up my Sway Disconnects from Santa Brown...
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    A bit more expensive than the "fitted" ones, but they are fully adjustable from Stock to 6 inch lift...
    Last edited by BlackKnight; 03-19-2018 at 07:25 PM.
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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackKnight View Post
    And forgot to add in the Painted version of the Bombshells...

    Wow good job


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    Quote Originally Posted by Clifford33 View Post
    Wow good job


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    BlackKnight -- Commando Green JKU Sport
    Mods:
    Installed: EVO Pro Series Front Bump,
    EVO rear bumper facia and "D" rings, Tow Package, SuperWinch
    Plastidip Grill/Rims,Custom Grill Inserts, Powerstop Drilled and slotted Brakes F/R, Painted Interior Accents
    In progress:

    Upcoming Mods: EVO Boatside sliders


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