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Unfortunately while being installed my Hefty got a few scratches here and there. Is there any way I can fix it?
 

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Throw it away! The integrity ofbthencoating is now compromised and soon enough the entire bumper will be a giant ball of rust.
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If you had it powder coated black, use Rustoleum Textured Black to touch it up. I remember Chris Hefty telling me it's a dead nuts match with his black powder coat when I opted to paint my skids rather than have them powder coated. That's what I use to touch up my bumper and sliders also. It works perfect and blends right in.
 

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Thanks guys, very appreciated. Now there is a challenge to get that textured black around here...was checking all the hardware stores, all sorts of color choices except of that one I need..of course :-(
 

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If you had it powder coated black, use Rustoleum Textured Black to touch it up. I remember Chris Hefty telling me it's a dead nuts match with his black powder coat when I opted to paint my skids rather than have them powder coated. That's what I use to touch up my bumper and sliders also. It works perfect and blends right in.
^^^This! Rostoleum will do just fine. Sprayed my high lift mount w/ it. Matched right up.
 

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Hefty had their powder-coat made to match "Rustoleum Textured Black."
Correct! We matched the powder coat to exactly the Rustoleum Textured Black Spray paint. Use a couple very light coats and let it dry about 5 min between the coats. It will blend in perfectly!
 
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