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Plasti-dip is good. I'm going to do my overland rims in the spring, but not the lugs. I'm also taking the side chrome cherokee lettering off and putting the letters on. Should look a little better.

I came from an all black cts-v, so I'm trying to get back to that "look"
 

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Yea, some days I have regret, some days I don't....

I should have bought an SRT-8, but the whole point of getting an overland was to get away from something I could dump a lot of money into....
 

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I have been extremely impressed with plasti dip and how well it holds up. I put it on the front grills of my 09 V and on the rear trunk chrome and the window trim and it never peeled. It was exposed to many many days just sitting out in the sun. The key is to make sure you have at least 4-5 coats on what you are putting it on. That way it comes off really easy.
 
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