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Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Hull, MA
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Depending on how deep the scratch is, wet sand and a buff might take it out if the scratch didn't go through the clear coat. Even if it did it should help out the look of it a little bit. Same being said about the graphic, if you do end up pulling it off you can buff out the shadows that were left there. Just be careful if you have never done it before, you can end up doing more harm then good and send that buffer straight through the clear if it sits to long in one spot. A few pics could help out a little bit for us to.
If it makes you feel any better I managed to blow off like a 4 square inch section of paint from my front number the other day with a power washer. Grabbed a spot of touch up paint and peeled it off and that took some factory paint along for the ride. Now there is a big black spot of primer on my bumper.
2003 Excursion Eddie Bauer 7.3
6 Inch ProComp Lift, 315/75/16 BFGoodrich All Terrain Tires, BTS Transmission, 175/100 P.I.S. Injectors, PMF Traction Bars, Garrett 38r, International Up Pipes, Dyno Proven Tunes, 6.0 Transmission Cooler, CCV mod, MBRP 4" Turbo-Back Exhaust, RiffRaff Over Boost Code Regulator, Moto Metal MO951 Black Rims, Dual Sky Jacker Steering Stabilizers, GlowShift Gauges, Mile Marker 449SS Lockout Hubs, 6637 Intake.
Putting this old PMR truck to the test....