"Now two flags fly above my land that really sum up how I feel One is the colors that fly high and proud The red, the white, the blue The other ones got a rattlesnake with a simple statement made "Don't tread on me" is what it says and I'll take that to my grave"
Seriously, there's two options. 1. Remove the bumper which involves some work. 2. Take blue painters tape and tape up the black piece of the bumper and make a wall of tape a few inches tall to prevent overspray.
I taped all my bumpers and it worked fine.
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i left the bumpers on but removed the black plastic pieces. on the rear its real easy just pinch the tabs on the underside and it comes right off then on the front i remove the upper valance and the center plastic piece its east too just a lot of bolts. i just used regular clear enamel i did only two coats of that cause if you put the clear on to thick it starts to get a yellow tint.
2011 with 12" bulletproof fox coilovers, 20x12 fuel nutz, 38x15.50 toyo mt's, trd supercharger,4.88 gears,auborn limited slip, custom flowmaster exhaust, dipped bumpers, debadged, bhlm, blacked tails, fuel grill, amp steps w/custom leds, audio video system
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id like to know how that works chode. I want to make my rear chrome bumper match my silver sky paint. where did you get the oem rattle can?
i hear ya but can't tackle this bad boy until saturday because my parents are blazing into town. i think i am shooting just for the front for now since i only have one can of the 1d6 oem spray. my tailgate came out pretty good with the rattle can but go light on the clear and allow a day or two for good drying time between coats. http://www.automotivetouchup.com/cho...l=All%20Models
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