I posted a few months back about PlastiDippin my Por106.Heres a lnk to the thread..
OOPS!..I Plasti-Dipped My Pro 106
the product works very well.Period.
I did my front bumper to my durango the same day I did the radio.
The DIngo bumper is Steel.Adhesion was good,first coat looked thin,but 2nd
and 3rd,,subsequently 4-5 and 6 came out great...several months later and ALOT
of highway trravel and the bumper looks great,no fade,from the sun either.
Use the SPRAY.,as youll never get a vat big enough to dip the whole thing.
Consider the liquid can as a 1 shot deal.Open it,Use it..But dont count on it
keeping viscosity.It will begin to cure right away.
Put cardboard/ plywood behind the antenna,back /overspray will waste alot.the
backing will reflect a lil back to the surface.
As far as signal loss from the compound..its just rubber...cant be any more
detrimental than PVC piping..
Any questions/tips..Post here so all can get the info..THanks!