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Old 09-19-2007, 08:27 PM   #1
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MUSTANG lettering on rear bumPer

The m u s t a n g letters on my rear bumper are the same color as the car. I've wanted to fill the letters in but not sure how I should go about it..any help??
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Old 09-19-2007, 08:38 PM   #2
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You can find vinyl decals for sale online in many places, and they come in many colors
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Old 09-19-2007, 08:51 PM   #3
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thanks

Thanks kevin I thought of the same thing but was just seeing what else there was to do
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Well there isnt much else, except to maybe paint them, but unless you do an excellent job masking the out come may not be that great
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I put these on my sister-in-laws 02. They are nice quality and seem to be holding up nicely.

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Old 09-21-2007, 01:24 PM   #6
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I painted my on using Mercedees silver base/clear. I just takes some paintence on the masking job. But gives it a slicker more durable finish
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heres a closer up shot.

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Mine were painted by the previous owner before I aquired the car in 1998. The rear has held up really well, the front is showing some wear from bugs/stones. It is due for a touchup.

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I thought 2003BLUEGT was talking about shaving the letters when he said fill them in. I would like to shave the mustang gt off my ground effects but not sure about a good filler & the procedure.
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You will need a 2 part bumper filler. The paint stores should have what you want. It is not like regular body filler(bondo). It is more like JB weld. You can get it in 2 tubes or a single syringe type deal that is used with a caulking gun. The brand I use is made by SEM. This is the one is use for bumper cuts and gouges : http://www.sem.ws/product.php?product_id=123
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