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Mmmm Mud; 96 Bronco Mud Puppy
Topic Started: Nov 4 2012, 10:50 AM (1,336 Views)
envious8420
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80's Bronco and 90's f150 baking soda mud. just for fun.
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B) :))) :))) :)))
RON ROYSTON
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TonyM
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Both looks great. B) Just hate to wash them though. :)))
I have wondered what it is like to be normal.
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envious8420
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just 1 truck. before mud and after.
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Cool. That's some serious mud! :)))
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Sam
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That thing looks awesome !! So how do you use the baking soda?
Nothing like the smell of fresh styrene in the morning.
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WOW THAT IS AMAZING I LOVE BRONCOS I LOVE THE MUD U PUT ON IT
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Can you show some progress shots on how this mud/baking soda mixture is created and applied? Just an outstanding bit of work here! - David
"Some assembly required"
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I did a how to a few years ago David. Here is a link to it- http://z8.invisionfree.com/Scale_Racing_Lo...?showtopic=1830

You can get real good layers of mud

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