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Stress marks on bumper?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by FY01CPO, Aug 27, 2011.

  1. Aug 27, 2011 at 4:25 PM

    FY01CPO [OP] Well-Known Member

    Jun 17, 2011
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    SR5 4x4
    black tube steps, side marker turn signals, 15% tint and window strip, EGR vent shades, fighter pilot/cockpit mod, console and glove box auto on LED, anytime fog light mod, 3000k HID fogs, bed mat wing nut mod, locking bed storage bin mod, smoked tail lights, plasti-dipped rims, blacked out emblems, black tail pipe, tail gate hose clamp, rear seat utility/dog shelf with rear center console access door.
    Hello, My name is Jeremy and I am a plasti-dip free baser... :D

    Just plasti-dipped my rear bumper while hanging out in the garage with my Pops and when we sprayed it, we noticed that in each corner of the bumper there looked to be some stress marks from the bending process. :notsure: Not that it is a big deal or is very noticeable, but I thought I would share these pics and see if anyone else has noticed this. We just thought it was funny because even though we sprayed more on the spots to conceal them, they kept coming back out. The plasti-dip came out really good and adhered really well. We also did the emblems and the center caps of the rims. I can't get good pics of the thing as a whole right now because I'm all packed up in the garage waiting for the hurricane to pass over us before I get it back out.

    Oh and we didn't notice any discoloration or markings on it before we sprayed it.


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