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post #11 of 28 Old 10-27-2012, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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OK so now I'm just getting crazy with shopping stuff in but maybe I'm on to something...

So striping ideas...

Black


Or Red?


And the tint is for sure! I also really like the Xterra decal in red on the roof rack.
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glad to see the tint. I'm not sure about the side accent, might be too much IMO, but it's your ride. As long as your happy with it!

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Haha, I don't think I'd ever actually stripe it like that myself actually... I mean it looks cool but I did it more just to see how it would look and share and see what others thought of it.
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I'm going to disagree here. I like the wheels like they are. But I'd tint the windows though.

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Man that black stripe looks SOO good. Get that done for sure. I'd say just leave the wheels how they are as well.

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I agree that Black stripe looked sexy in my eyes. I wish I had good photoshop skills like you so I could do this kinda stuff o.o

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Thanks a lot!

It does turn out that getting wheels professionally painted with good paint is expensive. I haven't tried the plastidip yet, but I'm still considering it for at least a temporary thing to see how it looks in the real world.

I'm hoping to actually start bedlining the plastics over the holiday break in December. Wish me luck in putting all the panels back on properly after painting
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I'm hoping to actually start bedlining the plastics over the holiday break in December. Wish me luck in putting all the panels back on properly after painting
You and me both mate.

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Yeah I'm willing to bet those little plastic clips that hold a lot of the panels on are going to put up a fight and brake off. Heck I think my X is already missing a good number of them
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