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    use a heat gun or torch of some sort brings them back to black
    2000 Wrangler, 4.5 lift, 35 inch BFG's, Warn M8000, Enough lights to light a stadium.... Bob D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjjeep2000 View Post
    use a heat gun or torch of some sort brings them back to black
    no paint them with the correct paint ask M19U3LS he loves his

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    is that the SEM trim black stuff....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimma3788 View Post
    is that the SEM trim black stuff....?
    That's the stuff....worked great....gonna starting doing my dash and interior panels tomorrow....

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