Ive never seen any, but any sticker shop can cut one out. Shouldnt be too expensive :imo
Not yet, but I'll try and convince the shop that will be doing mine to make some overlays. The alternative is order some vinyl off ebay or something, take off your bumper trim, install the vinyl, and clean it up a little then put the bumper trim back and it would look seamless..Does anyone know where to purchase vinyl precut for my bumpers online? I might as well be living in east bum fuck no where, as there is no one in the area that does vinyl. What do you think the cost will be? Thanks
If you get a decent 7 year rated vinyl it would probably hold up the same as paint. My last vehicle had 7 year black vinyl on the side panels and held up very well from 2003-2007 when I had it. Of course it was waxed and polished along with the rest of the car which helps it last as well.you think the vinyl would stretch over no problem and look just as good as paint if u pulled the bumper trim pieces off? how do u think the vinyl would last in comparison to paint?
The mirror black seems pretty cool.. I'd just wonder how Mirror-ish it looks in person and if it will fade in the sun if it's super shiny or reflective.ok so i just went on ebay and looked at some stuff. this guy looks like he has a bunch to choose from. what do you think of this stuff here. It has a mirror black appearance. Would you go with just plain black or the mirror black in order to get it to look like paint?
i highly agree with the use of the heat gun. i personally recommend doing this application in an environment that is warm as possible. like instead the house rather than 50* driveway. itll save you a headache or two..I have done people's rockers in a different color because they didnt want to get it painted... it chips easily... had to fix it a bunch... but i can be stretched over just about anything... just take your time and work it around the curves well. Use a heat gun but keep it moving and work it around the sharper turns slowly and in pieces