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I used the Duplicolor kit. Worked great.


I suggest only painting the calipers though, looks better when the rear drums aren't painted. IMO
 

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I have the red, it looks great. And you will have enough paint left to do the whole neighborhood.
 

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ocxb said:
I got red for my last van and still got a bunch left.... should I paint the calipers red on a green xb.... LOL might look like XMas LOL

I think red would look better than any other color, why not if you already have it. If you wanted to change later, it would look smoother because of the first coating.
 

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j0n said:
i was thinking of doing them red as well wit my blue box.... so what tools would i need an what needs to come off ?
If you seen mine at the expo, I got the stuff in a can with a brush.
Just take the wheel off, clean the calipers up with brake cleaner, and brush it on. I didn't take the calipers off.
 

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I used Krylon Fusion since I had it left over and also couldn't find the kit iin white. Cleaned, primered, painted, clear coated. Was unable to get the drums off so I just covered around the area and it worked out fine. Did the calipers the same was but I did take them off. know just got to see how long it will last
 

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walmart has all the color kits. they also have the high temp spray paint for the rear ones. to the guy above who primed and clearcoated them, did you use high temp paint? otherwise that ish is gunn crack and fall off from the heat!:eek:
 
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