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Author Topic: Forever Black Bumper & Trim Dye Kit  (Read 1400 times)
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« on: 01/24/05 09:06 AM »

For 2003 and up Cladding.  This product sound good.

http://www.autogeek.net/forblacbumtr.html

I got a 02 so the gray wouldn't work out too well.

Maybe you 03 and up can benefit from it.

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« Reply #1 on: 01/24/05 09:08 AM »

For us 02 and up.

http://www.autogeek.net/blackagain1.html

Sounds good.  I might give it a try.

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« Reply #2 on: 01/24/05 10:32 AM »

Doesn't work on the Gray?  Shoot!  Has anyone successfully dyed thier gray cladding on the 2002?
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« Reply #3 on: 01/24/05 10:46 AM »

Yes,

 I used a product from Urethane Supply Company's. Bumper & Cladding Coat. and used the 03 and up color on my 02, came out good on the bed pannels
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« Reply #4 on: 01/24/05 10:59 AM »

Yes,

 I used a product from Urethane Supply Company's. Bumper & Cladding Coat. and used the 03 and up color on my 02, came out good on the bed pannels


Do you have any pics?   Huh  Some if not all 02 owners would like to see the results.. Cheesy
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« Reply #5 on: 01/24/05 11:02 AM »

I have posted them with complete story in the past, but look at my photo album on this site, there should be a pic there
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« Reply #6 on: 01/24/05 09:23 PM »

Doesn't look like a job for beginners. 

I kinda liked the shoe polish applicator idea that the Forever Black kit uses, but it sounds like you need all the fixins to spray (and be able to do it well). 


Guess nothing cool comes easy...
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« Reply #7 on: 01/25/05 08:54 AM »

So, has anyone here yet tried the Forever Black that could give us their thoughts?
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« Reply #8 on: 01/25/05 09:33 AM »

I used this on my 1985 BMW bumper and it worked well. The bumper is much more porius than our cladding. I don't think I would use this on the Cladding  Shocked  I don't think it would work well. This is just my feeling on this not any proof or anything like that. It was very easy to apply and worked well but, I don't think it would work on our cladding  Undecided  I still haven't gotten a chance to try the Plasti-Dip that I bought on my cladding ( underneath ). What with the salt and snow ( 14" ) I have to get it on there to see how well it will hold up  banghead

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« Reply #9 on: 01/25/05 05:55 PM »

   i did not see any reference to grey cladding.
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« Reply #10 on: 07/28/05 02:11 PM »

Why does every post where someone started talking about using forever black have noooooo follow up on whether they actually used it or not. Out of all of the members in this club there has got to be at least one person that has tried FOREVER BLACK on the avalanche. I mean people have been mentioning it for 3 years..........


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