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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-29-2013, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Has anyone used plastic dip on your bike? any pros and cons. thinking of saving some cash and using it on my front forks and triple trees.
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Not on my bike but I used it on the grill of my trucks and my rims as well.
Honestly I adore the stuff. It has been strong as hell and looks great. Just make sure to follow the directions and use lots of thin coats...not a few heavy ones.

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There is a guy on the forum that did it a while back and posted pictures. You might find the post if you search around.


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ya i used it on my forks and turn sigs. its a quick way to get black. but if u want a glosses look to it spray some clear over it. its not a pro paint job but it looks ok. ive used my little cheap presure washer on it(not to close) and so far its holding up well. i will remove it as i can get $$$$$ for the paint or powder coat(right now im a little pissed off about powder coaters) but for that instant black out its good. i got some pics around here somw where an can get more. have fun

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I did it to a few things on my bike. If you are planning on putting it over chrome, it doesn't stick too well IMO. It started peeling off within 6 months. I may have applied it wrong, but the nice thing is that it's inexpensive to recoat.
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