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Old 03-10-2012, 07:43 AM   #36
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Yea we got a cold front or some **** that came thru and it was right when I got done with my first caliber I was pissed I should of watched the weather
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Re: Painting caliber what color?

I painted my calipers black but added yellow "COBRA" lettering on the caliper which looks different IMO with my Black Saleen wheels. I didnt want the usual RED, Yellow, colors so I changed it up a bit. CREATIVITY
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Yea we got a cold front or some **** that came thru and it was right when I got done with my first caliber I was pissed I should of watched the weather
Lol! Us too.... I know the feeling

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I painted my calipers black but added yellow "COBRA" lettering on the caliper which looks different IMO with my Black Saleen wheels. I didnt want the usual RED, Yellow, colors so I changed it up a bit. CREATIVITY
Nice! I bet that looks good
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Here is the pics I did of the front calibers that's all I could do right now
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:53 PM   #40
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Here is the pics I did of the front calibers that's all I could do right now
Did you leave them on when you painted them?
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Yea I didn't have the tools to take them off it was very easy to paint them tho alot better then I thought it was going to be
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Came out good!
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I used G2 from stage three motorsports. Came out great. Rated to 950 degrees
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Nice! I bet that looks good
Yep it looks original for sure.
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Just a pet peeve of mine but... Why don't people clean the tires before they post a picture of what their tires or painted calipers look like?
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Just a pet peeve of mine but... Why don't people clean the tires before they post a picture of what their tires or painted calipers look like?
For one it was storming for two days so it wouldn't of mattered second that was the only chance I got to take the pictures cause it stopped just enough to go out there and do it
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