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Old 03-02-2014, 03:00 PM   #1
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Brake fluid resistant paint?

Is there any out there?
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Powder coat.
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Powder coat.

Anything else? Haha im trying to paint my rear end
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Haha.
Yeah, that'd be a little much!
I used Rustoleum from from the hardware store. You won't be getting much brake fluid on ithe rearend so I don't think that will be an issue.
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Well thats the thing i already painted it with that and when i bled the brakes it got on it and pealed it all off
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I put a hose on the bleeder fitting and run it down into a container to avoid making a mess.
Just clean-up the brake fluid, sand it down, and touch up the affected areas.
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Hmm i wonder if pro-15 would do any better
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