How To: Paint Fender Flares On A 1997 - 2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ - GetJeeping




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jonanjello: Love the end result. Looks great, GetJeeping. You've inspired me.

Eli Salazar: Can undercoat be used?

Bill Veder: Dude it looks really good! I think I might try to remove mine but if that turns into too much work I'm going to use the same method you did. Nice job!
After watching a video on removing the fender flares which looked to be a royal pain in the ass, I have decided to tape and paint them like you did.
Thanks again

Russ Mead: Nice job!!!!

noma jhondeere: Don't paint restore the plastic black

Jeremy Smith: Holy crap if you take this morons advice you will freak your crap up... no 80 grit and use wax, oil and grease remover and plastic primer not self etching... my 16 year old did better on his 01 TJ I bought for him... you are a hack!

flying655: This video is so painful to watch. You might get a decent looking finish if you 1. shake your freaking cans and 2. Learn to spray paint properly. Long even strokes dude jesus.

Famous Forever: Ugh, you're using that spray like an axe on that fender. Why are you chopping at it like that and creating pools and thin spots? It's not going to wear and fade evenly, with the thin spots giving you trouble quick.

Strip it down and start again, this time sanding with 220 to scuff, covering evenly and completely with the primer, then the same with the paint. Three even coats with the paint will make the future you a lot happier as well.

You better check to see if that product can take a clear coat too before just blasting it on. You won't get away with that choppy spraying with the clear coat either.

If you screw like you paint, you're woman will eventually take her business to a more skilled service representative my man. I would imagine she fast forwards a lot as well.

James Jackson: ARGHHHHH!! That is not how you use a spray can!!!

R: you should try black women. they tasty

Ferd Janklow: English, MF, do you speak it?

Offroad Effex: How is it holding up?

Phat Bastard: The correct way to do this is to DYE the fender flares not paint them!!!!!!!!!!!!!

mrsteel10213: F**k the haters , he tried and succeeded. The joy of taking on a car project and getting fair results is as good as freaking all these haters girlfriends while they are trying too hard to be perfect. Real men arent perfect thats what makes us Men.

Clint Johnson: Sounds like his mouth is full of mashed potatoes. Painful to watch. "If you don't get it even, you won't get it even" ... no truer words were never spoken

Jim Scott: If your going to paint them the right way take them off! It's not hard unless you feel like spending an 20 bucks and a extra couple of hours taping and covering your Jeep in plastic!

Chuck Holton: Nice, thanks, it's on my to do list this next week.

mercuriallimit: Before you sanded the fender, was the texture a bit rough? as in it's not pure smooth. I want to spray to match my car's body color, with gloss, though now it's matte with small pores (matte), not really sure of the steps I should approach this. Should I sand it first to make it smooth then apply black paint then gloss, or I can just skip the sanding to spraying.

sandplasma: Wow great job man, subscribed.

Tristan Newsome: "wipe down your shurface" sorry man, not making fun of you but accents can be funny sometimes.
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