Yeah, so the polyurethane has become very stiff. Its been less than 48 hrs and their almost dried completely. Ill give it until saturday at least though before I put them on just to ensure that theyre totally good to go. I ground down/drilled the polyurethane where the bolt holes are, so I should be able to get the bolts in there easily now.
So yeah, now its just sitting and waiting until I can put them back in, and before I do I will paint them, of course. Im thinking of going to osh and buying some of the marking spray paint (florescent paint) and using that, cause it looks sick. I think ill pick one of those colors, probably green, and carry it throughout the car as a color on a lot of the parts, that would look sick.
Also thinking about slamming the range rover, but I dont want to buy wheels, and Im guessing slammed on stock wheels would like pretty terrible. But i need new shocks for that car so i might just do it now anyways. it will be an ebay shock set and some coils that i can find cheap that are super high spring rate