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post #1 of 4 Old 01-12-2014, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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Bumpers powder coating

Does anyone have a powder coated white bumper that matches the ford platinum white or do you just have to paint it to match?
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I was thinking the same thing with my truck except its blue. I remember my brother did his bumpers a few years back but his trucks black so it worked, if I recall the powdercoat guy said its hard to factory match but can usually get pretty close with just regular colors, where as a body shop will mix according to the paint code and itll be dead on. I dont know if things have changed much since then in the powdercoating world.

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I would consider Line-x since it can give the closest color match just like the powdercoat. And Line-x is more durable.
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I would keep them painted and wrap them with the 3M road guard plastic guard.
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