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Old 12-08-2005, 05:21 PM
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I like it but it does have the police look like someone else said. I saw a guy in annapolis, md that did it to his H1 many years ago.

Definiately a good idea on the line-x. I have rhino on my trailer and it sucks. I also put a sample of line-x and a sample of full metal jacket and the line-x is definitely the way to go. The rhino and ful metal jacket faded terribly. The line-x stayed glossy.
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We put the Kevlar topcoat on it as well, the Line-X guy said it should hold its shine very well.
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Looks like you missed a few spots, I can still see some white showing.
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Im a huge fan of Line-x...my 2003 grill came out awsome back when I did it, and I was at that pont considering doign other parts....but this H3 definately came out pretty damn good
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Line X grille looks good on blacked out Hummer.....other than that, I think this one's over done. Looks like a law enforcement vehicle.
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I really like it....that gives me an idea ........
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Tim - you thinking about doing yours.

The more I look at the pics, I think it might look good on a black one. And definitely protects the fenders.

There's just too much contrast on this one IMO.


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Aggiehummer...er,

Question, did LineX say anything about how the coating would perfom on the "Plastic" Pieces????

ie, Bumper pieces, mudflaps etc?

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I told him beforehand to not do anything he didn't think would last. He said that plastic pieces should be fine. It's his lifetime warranty on the line, so he wouldn't say something like that just to say it.
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Thanks, the guy I'm working with just mentioned that they may not be able to do them. He's a new franchise owner.

Thanks for the info, can you post a pic of the back? Pretty Please?
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local line-x dealer wouldn't commit to warranty on plastic.
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local line-x dealer wouldn't commit to warranty on plastic.
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Line-X Virginia Beach on Cleveland St. Owner's name is Tim and was great. The info is in the truck and it's raining so I'm not going to go get it. Sorry.

He didn't want to do it when I first went there, but after talking to DRTY about his I just took it back and said "Do it. If it melts, too bad for me."

They used 60 grit to really rough the surface and then used a "Misting" technique for the application. It wouldn't have taken them very long, but it was their first so they were extra careful.
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I also had them do the roof rails. Installed them this evening.
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Also, here's an idea we didn't think of until it was complete. Buy the HUMMER grill letters. After the Misting step, have them apply the letters to the grill. After coating them the letters will have a nice embossed look.

Here's what ours looks like. The letters would stand out more if we'd have done it the other way.
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Also, here's an idea we didn't think of until it was complete. Buy the HUMMER grill letters. After the Misting step, have them apply the letters to the grill. After coating them the letters will have a nice embossed look.

Here's what ours looks like. The letters would stand out more if we'd have done it the other way

Looks Awesome.

I won't be doing my grill.

And Yes, he did not commit. But I will follow Ken's lead on that.

Oh, and weather .........

SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SACRAMENTO CA
417 PM PST TUE DEC 20 2005

CAC017-061-067-210030-
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PLACER CA-EL DORADO CA-SACRAMENTO CA-
417 PM PST TUE DEC 20 2005

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING CONTINUES UNTIL 430 PM PST FOR NORTH
CENTRAL SACRAMENTO...WEST CENTRAL EL DORADO AND SOUTHWESTERN PLACER
COUNTIES..

AT 412 PM PST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO
INDICATE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING NICKEL SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR CITRUS HEIGHTS...MOVING NORTHEAST AT 45
MPH.

OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
ROSEVILLE...FOLSOM...ROCKLIN...GRANITE BAY...LOOMIS...PILOT HILL..
NORTH AUBURN...NEWCASTLE...COOL AND AUBURN.

LAT...LON 3863 12155 3849 12140 3882 12087 3899 12106
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AT 412 PM PST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO
INDICATE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING NICKEL SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR CITRUS HEIGHTS...MOVING NORTHEAST AT 45
MPH.

no hail yet, but the lightning is cool. i miss those east coast thunderboomers.

the local guy here says they've had issues with it coming off in chunks, or patches, when applied to plastic. i was going to cut away some of the sides for the grill, to get more airflow, so i'll probably do a lot of the sanding myself. 60 grit is a good idea, since it's never going to be smooth again. i'll mention the "misting" technique, thanks.
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Quote:
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content"> AT 412 PM PST...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO
INDICATE A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING NICKEL SIZE HAIL.
THIS STORM WAS LOCATED NEAR CITRUS HEIGHTS...MOVING NORTHEAST AT 45
MPH.

no hail yet, but the lightning is cool. i miss those east coast thunderboomers.

the local guy here says they've had issues with it coming off in chunks, or patches, when applied to plastic. i was going to cut away some of the sides for the grill, to get more airflow, so i'll probably do a lot of the sanding myself. 60 grit is a good idea, since it's never going to be smooth again. i'll mention the "misting" technique, thanks. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>


Which Dealer????
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the one in your town, up by the harley dealer off Granite Drive.
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