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I also painted my front bow tie black today but it didn't turn out. I am going to give it another shot tomorrow. I was too impatient.



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looks pretty good! (and i know what u mean about being too impatient, lol)
thought about takin off ur side strips?


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looks pretty good! (and i know what u mean about being too impatient, lol)
thought about takin off ur side strips?
Yeah, I was thinking about taking off the side strips but decided to paint the front bow tie instead. I'm off this week so maybe I'll take the side strips off tomorrow. I know I'll be repainting the bow tie tomorrow

I want to paint the rear bow tie too. I thought I read where that is held on with tape ... is that true? How do you get it back in the same spot after you take it off?



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Yeah, I was thinking about taking off the side strips but decided to paint the front bow tie instead. I'm off this week so maybe I'll take the side strips off tomorrow. I know I'll be repainting the bow tie tomorrow

I want to paint the rear bow tie too. I thought I read where that is held on with tape ... is that true? How do you get it back in the same spot after you take it off?
since u wanna take it off & put it back on, just take the 'gold' off the 'chrome' that way you can just insert it back in... cuz it comes apart, you'll just need some doublesided 3M tape to put it back in... at least that's how i'd do it if i wanted it put back on the EXACT same spot, lol...


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looks good man. and i agree with the side strip things. gives it a really clean look
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Take the side strips off and the rear bowtie do it!! lol


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x2 ^ Looking cleaner though.
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Rear bowtie needs to go bye bye
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I also painted my front bow tie black today but it didn't turn out. I am going to give it another shot tomorrow. I was too impatient.
Ok, I removed the back bow


And here is my painted bow in front


Here's a close up



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