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chrome drip rail window trim removal

is it possible to "de-badge" these from the side windows ? really want to eliminate ALL chrome from my G.C. any help/ideas will be appreciated...thanks.
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Not sure but im going to plasti dip mine when the weather gets warmer...
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

are you going to brush on the plast-dip ?
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No im going to spray it. Mask the windows, doors etc. in the process of plasti diping my wheel locks few more coats (spray). A member hear plasti diped his entire wk2! Tons of you tube videos on usin plasti dip with different applications. Im going to do my emblems next when the weather gets warmer here in NY
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

I used 3m 180 scotchprint vinyl on my 13' SRT....looks painted
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Thanks scott im going to look into the 3m stuff...
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

I also used vinyl -looks great
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Matte or gloss black on the 3M?
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

I used gloss black to match the pillars
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

Is the vinyl wrap difficult to install ?
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

Just when I think I'm done modding you guys put more ideas in my head...
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Re: chrome drip rail window trim removal

You are never done.....

There is always that mod in the back of your mind waiting for the right parts or for the right bank account balance.
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