Has anyone here started painting parts underneath your vehicle?

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Like dif covers, axles, stabilizer bar, lift kit, skid plates, etc? I want some colour underneath my vehicle rather than plain black. Ive always liked seeing those details. like on a jacked up sema truck where everything including the whole frame is repainted.
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Yup. I’ve basically re-painted the entire gas tank skid and transfer case skid. They get pretty scratched up on the rocks, and I want to keep them from rusting as much as possible. LOL
 

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No, because I think its dumb. But to each their own, paint away brother!
 

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I read somewhere about a painted skid being easier for a spotter to differentiate between vehicles and rocks. Sounded reasonable plus I think it looks good. Aluminum belly pan so paint wasn’t necessary:

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Thats one thing has always disappointed me about jeeps…. After two years the surface corrosion is an eyesore.

i can appreciate you few take the time to paint!!
 
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