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Old 01-28-2013, 03:07 PM   #36
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I used the rust-oleum paint kit, goes on with brush
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Old 01-28-2013, 03:12 PM   #37
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I used the rust-oleum paint kit, goes on with brush
You buy that at autozone? Or where and how much
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You buy that at autozone? Or where and how much
Autozone, I think it was around $25. I forgot I also sprayed the caliper bracket black. I think it was duplicolor from advance auto.
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Buy the heat paint they sell it withstands up to 500 degrees they have any color you want and last forever no chips or anything . I did mine red a year ago an it still looks fresh. Only 7.99
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Buy the heat paint they sell it withstands up to 500 degrees they have any color you want and last forever no chips or anything . I did mine red a year ago an it still looks fresh. Only 7.99
You can buy it their too right ? At autozone ?
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Yes ill get the name when I get off work . It's a spay paint
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:38 PM   #42
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Yes ill get the name when I get off work . It's a spay paint
Alright cool thanks
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This is the kit from advanced auto, then I put a cobra sticker on it after was dry.
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This is the kit from advanced auto, then I put a cobra sticker on it after was dry.
Lol your brakes look better than mine before paint ! But nice job. Any trouble from the stickers?
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Old 01-28-2013, 09:50 PM   #45
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Thought about it but I like red if u can't tell
I can see,love your car by the way.
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I can see,love your car by the way.
Thanks .
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Lol your brakes look better than mine before paint ! But nice job. Any trouble from the stickers?
No stickers have been fine.
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Ate they made of regular vinyl?
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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...41524429,d.aWM

I bought them here. Fast shipping too.
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Lime Green!
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got em on, and in red!
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I've got them in red, I definitely get a lot of compliments on them. My gear head friends make fun of them for being fake covers, but I think theyre a lot better looking than the stock rusty silver ones lol. They also came on the car when I got it, so why not right?
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I've got them in red, I definitely get a lot of compliments on them. My gear head friends make fun of them for being fake covers, but I think theyre a lot better looking than the stock rusty silver ones lol. They also came on the car when I got it, so why not right?
who cares what they think! it's our car
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I agree! Lol
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When you paint the cover they look good but when the brake dust builds up they are hard to clean and after a year or two you have to repaint them to bring back the new look. I went with the covers, a little expensive but easy to clean and always look new.
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When you paint the cover they look good but when the brake dust builds up they are hard to clean and after a year or two you have to repaint them to bring back the new look. I went with the covers, a little expensive but easy to clean and always look new.
I was surprised to see how expensive they are when I was selling some of the stuff I didn't like that the previous owner had on my car. They do clean up real easy, just a little swipe with a rag when I'm cleaning the wheels and they are shiny again lol.
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