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wherdZ
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Mar 23, 1:16am - #132443 
rear brake drums for the GT

has eny one colored these, if so please post a pic, and how to do it, and wut kinda paint to use, because im wondering if i have to take the whole thing off,
thanx


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Mar 23, 7:20am - #132444 
you use the same paint that you would use to paint the front calipers, but IMO it's kind of dumb painting them. And you don't have to take everything off, you just need to remove the wheels & tape everything around the drum.

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Mar 23, 7:41am - #132445 
I used high temp paint and high temp clear.. thumbsup

Sorry i dont' have any pics

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Mar 23, 10:07am - #132446 
Just do the SSBC conversion. You'll be happier in the long run. Stainless Steel Brake Corp

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Mar 23, 10:13am - #132447 
Originally Posted by trog2233
I used high temp paint and high temp clear.. thumbsup

Sorry i dont' have any pics


they look pretty good

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Mar 23, 10:15am - #132448 
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by trog2233
I used high temp paint and high temp clear.. thumbsup

Sorry i dont' have any pics


they look pretty good


thats an old pic...they look 100times better now thumbsup

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Mar 23, 10:17am - #132449 
Originally Posted by trog2233
Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
Originally Posted by trog2233
I used high temp paint and high temp clear.. thumbsup

Sorry i dont' have any pics


they look pretty good


thats an old pic...they look 100times better now thumbsup


well excuuuse me! haha well then imagine that pic X's 1000 rofl

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Mar 23, 11:12am - #132450 
INSTALL GUIDE DATABASE >> EXTERIOR Installation Guides >> Brakes - How To Paint

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