cleaned with an adhesive remover, but did not brush it up with fine sand paper or anything. I suppose using some 220 or a soft brass wire brush would promote adhesion, but I really haven't had problems with adhesion. Just pull your masking quickly before a strong bond forms and you get some peel with the tape.
SHR motor and War Viking Transmission, Ronnie Crawford Performance Apache heads and intake manifold,
CamMotion cam, Twin Turbo Creations boosted, BC coilovers
Unfortunately you'll have to pull the rear bumper if you want to remove the chrome strip. It's really not that tough and the Jeep doesn't need to be raised. Instruction can be found on the wkjeeps site.
For those of you who painted the rear sensors, what kind of prep did you or your bodyshop do? I know for the rear strip they should sand down the chrome and use adhesion promoter, but what about on the sensors?
Also does anyone have pics of a brilliant black painted rear strip??
2010 Brilliant Black SRT8 Mopar intake | Solo exhaust | Trinity | Jersey Boy tuned | BT catch can | BT underhood kit | BWoody swaybar links | Summer: Bridgestone Dueller HP Sport RF 275/315 on OEM wheels | Winter: Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow RF 275 on satin black reps | R1 Premium Slotted/Cross Drilled rotors | Stoptech pads | DC Customs headlights | TS LED taillights | TS painted moldings |
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