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Old 01-26-2014, 03:42 PM   #105
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Re: What did you do to your truck today? Chapter II

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Thanx @ elliot949 &@TeX Jake. Anytime I get two of the same opinions its good enough for me.pictures soon to follow. Any idea on how many cans? I'm gonna paint engine and trans....
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Probably no more than 3... the key to this product is to apply it EXACTLY per label... If you do Everything right there will never be a time that you would need a "professional" repaint it...

This product actually is what most Restoration companies use to paint OEM style restoration projects...
Agreed. Apply as per label. I painted a set of headers on my 38' Plymouth ratrod truck last year and once they were installed & I ran the truck they never blistered or discolored. And since I didn't have a oven to cure them in, I painted them in the summer sun when it was 103 degrees outside. And I also did the run cycle as directed just to help cure them from the inside out. Also a great prep surface is the key to getting paint to bond forever.
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