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The next part of the build took place in South Dakota, where we enlisted Twisted Customs to help with paint. The first step to a good paint job is good prep, so we started by tearing the Jeep back apart and giving it a rough sanding so the new paint would stick. We knew we weren't going to keep the plastic fenders so those came off, plus we planned to spray the interior of the Jeep with Rhino Lining so any slight overspray of paint on the interior floor wasn't a problem either.