Originally Posted by AeroCooper
Is your orbital sander electric or pneumatic?
Would that hold up here in New England with snow, salt and freezing temps? What is the process you used for the plasti dip?
I'm pretty sure it would hold up fine, and the awesome thing about plastidip is you can "repair" it easily if it gets torn. A few members told me they tore a few pieces of thier plastidip bumper offroading, but were able to just respray the affected areas and it was good as new again. The process was very easy, there is essentially no prep work. You just clean the bumper throughly, and then just mask around it so you don't get too much on the plastic pieces. Then you just spray a few light coats on, leaving 30 mins between to let it dry, then one final heavier coat, and then peel the masking tape off and your done. Don't even need to remove the bumper from the truck. Check my build in my sig at the bottom to see how it comes out.
Current Rig: 2011 FJ: 4x4 Trail Team Edition, 285/75/16 KM2's, Toytec Front Coilovers, Light Racing UCA's, Rough Country Rear Coils & Shocks, Safari Snorkel, Boztec CB Mount/Firestick Antenna/Cobra 75 radio.
My Tacoma Build (Now SOLD to my Dad):http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...cks-build.html