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Old 02-22-2009, 05:52 PM   #71
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That is the plan. I'm looking forward to seeing it all together and shinny.
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That is the plan. I'm looking forward to seeing it all together and shinny.
I'm looking forward in seeing it in person

Dan would that paint work on rims? wondering if that would look good or not on factory rims. Not that I'll do it but just for future reference.
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I don't see why not. It'* made for a industrial setting, resists heat, salt, water, you name it.
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I don't see why not. It'* made for a industrial setting, resists heat, salt, water, you name it.

hmm maybe we can fart around with it this summer.

I may just want to do that to my rims. Not that they are bad. Just want a better than stock look.

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I ordered 2 cans along with some self etching primer. I should only go threw 1 can painting my stuff. So I may have some left over.
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wonder how much one would need to cover 4 rims?
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It says 1 can covers 6 square feet.
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So are you going to do this all over again to your existing LIM SC'r when you take them off?
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I might. If this paint holds up like it claims.
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That'* looking really nice! I'm anxious to see it all together!
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