Sensors just take a part sand down and paint nothing un normal.
Originally Posted by YYCSRT8
I used this approach on both the strip and sensors:
Sand, adhesion promoter, self etching primer, primer, primer sealer, color and clear.
good info thanks. my truck is going into the shop to get a new rear bumper cover to replace the one the one that got rear-ended. Since they are transferring the strip over I might just have them paint it then. I need to try and find some rear pics of brilliant black painted 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 |
Mine is satin black.....but my Jeep is silver. And I sprayed it with a rattle can, LOL.
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