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Richterman

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I picked up a capable bumper a while back that was more scratched up than I hoped. I had it powder coated closer to carbonized grey, had the plastic parts Bullet liner’d and the D rings powder coated. Installed on my Basesquatch today along with steel bash plate.

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That looks really good
 

dgorsett

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I picked up a capable bumper a while back that was more scratched up than I hoped. I had it powder coated closer to carbonized grey, had the plastic parts Bullet liner’d and the D rings powder coated. Installed on my Basesquatch today along with steel bash plate.

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Looks real nice. Was it a straight bolt on replacement for the plastic bumper? It looks like you did change the skid.
 

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Looks real nice. Was it a straight bolt on replacement for the plastic bumper? It looks like you did change the skid.
Changed out the intercooler mounts so I didn’t have to cut off that tow hooks. Then bolt on. Yes, also steel bash plate.
 

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Day 2 - washed again.
LOL

.... in prep for the ceramic.
Washed , quick buff to get the crap off, applied ceramic.
No pics yet (no time really)... looks the same as yesterdays pics... just shinier :cool:.

I just did the 2021 AMB 2dr a few weeks back and discovered the "look" changes over a few days as it cures.
But, no water for 24 hrs, the longer the better, and definitely no washing for a week.
After that, it will be looking gorgeous and ready for new pics.
 

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Washed , quick buff to get the crap off, applied ceramic.
No pics yet (no time really)... looks the same as yesterdays pics... just shinier :cool:.
Todays post ceramic pic.

Looking closer at that pic, I should say that I was also load testing the plug welds on my rear axles. LOL
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Same thing as last weekend, waiting for my Bronco. This weekend is even more special since my Bronco showed up last Monday with a cracked windshield and is still at the dealership until sometime next week because they don't have anyone to install a new one... :mad::poop::poop::poop:
 
 


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