More pics please! I want to do the same bug been very hesitant.
I'll try to get some more up tomorrow (about to leave for work). I watched the youtube video by DipYourCar, and it was super easy. Used kitchen trash bags to cover the rotors and calipers. I didn't tape off the tires, but maybe I should have. I haven't checked it yet today to see if the overspray has dried and will peel off easily. It's really not noticeable either way, so I don't really care. I might touch them up if needed when I do the spare, but it really went on so easily, I can't believe I waited this long to do it.
I've seen people recommend sliding 3x5 cards around the rim of the wheel to keep the overspray off the tire. That seems about the easiest way to do it if you're worried at all about that sort of thing. Total it took me a bit over an hour (waiting 8-10 minutes between coats, it was warm yesterday), and little to no prep. Washed them the day prior, and took clorox wipes to anything stuck on because that seemed quick and easy.
There's really nothing to be hesitant about (even though I was too). Especially if you plan to hang on to the truck for a while. If you want to put it back to bone stock before selling it someday, everybody talks about how easy it is to peel off. I did 5 or 6 coats, spraying lightly, and it took about 3.5 cans for me. I ran the first can dry and it sprayed some little chunks toward the end, so I tossed the others as they started to feel low. The chunks blended in with the later coats.
Again, I'll try to get some better pictures/close ups tomorrow.
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