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    Wow, that's a significant difference. Looks so much better with the seam covered.


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    is that an automotive vinyl?

    the pinch seem really stands out when it's not blacked out. I painted mine and was surprised what a difference it made.

    very nice and clean look

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    Def looks better..
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    What a difference and a great idea with the vinyl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Great idea. Looks really clean.
    Quote Originally Posted by Rst8rox View Post
    Huge it looks much better!
    Quote Originally Posted by nmwranglerx View Post
    Wow, that's a significant difference. Looks so much better with the seam covered.
    Quote Originally Posted by DH2002 View Post
    Def looks better..
    Thanks! Without it, the pinch seam really stuck out like a sore thumb. With it, the LoD Rock Slider really looks even better.

    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    is that an automotive vinyl?

    the pinch seem really stands out when it's not blacked out. I painted mine and was surprised what a difference it made.

    very nice and clean look
    Yup, detailing vinyl. Essentially what you'd use to add stripes to a vehicle.

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    What a difference and a great idea with the vinyl!
    Thank you

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    Looks nice! Very clean.


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    Where do we get the detailing vinyl, definitely want to try it? Thanks.

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    Red face

    Hmmmm, sounds to me like those Rock Sliders ought to be offered with an optional accessory! Yah?
    It's a Win-Win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwood View Post
    Where do we get the detailing vinyl, definitely want to try it? Thanks.
    I actually had some extra on hand and just used it. But, you can get this on Amazon

    https://amzn.to/2PoMeoz

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    Looks top-shelf!


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