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Old 09-26-2007, 08:58 PM   #11
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ok thanks alot man. what color is your car and how dark are you gonna have them?
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Car color is silver, and I want them decently dark
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that should look pretty good i want mine to be dark also
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I used the Duplicolor Acrylic Clear Lacquer. When I first tried Krylon... it looked like CRAP. Duplicoat was the way to go.
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