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    Knows a Thing or Two MericaMade's Avatar
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    Lol im like you and what all my stuff to match. I love the Evo 1/4 but not a fan of their rear bumpers. I do like the Evo rear bumper delete but also prefer some rear body protection. So I went Genright front and rear bumpers to match Genright tire carrier. I purchase everything raw steel and spray-painted with the same Krylon paint so that it all matches.

    Bumpers up its Genright. From sliders down its Evo.

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    Go to Pep Boys... buy a few cans of Dupi-color Low Gloss Black Engine paint... spray a light coat on everything ... Just use a piece of cardboard in one hand to keep the over spray off the body etc... problem solved. You’ll have to touch it up every couple months anyway once shit starts getting hit.

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    Nothing but a Thing Saharaunlmtd's Avatar
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    Spend some time in PA. Then they’ll all be the same color of rust..:


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    I'd have to clean the dirt off mine to see if finishes match. Lol. I buy raw and finish myself.

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