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post #31 of 109 Old 11-17-2006, 06:36 AM Thread Starter
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Tyler, sure looks like that paint has held up well. Good to know. I just need to decide if I want to go with black or the grey that you used. Which variety was it? Gloss or semi-gloss? Does it really matter if you adding the clearcoat to it?

The grey has a gloss finish, but I did put three coats of clear to add protection. The only black my friend and I could find in the duplicolor was flat so we put clear on it to make it glossy. Flat black looks better, but It's easier to clean mud off with a glossy finish that's why he went glossy.

Anyhow, to answer your question, no you do not have to clear it.

Post pics when ya get it done.

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post #32 of 109 Old 11-17-2006, 08:09 AM
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Will do. I may hold off until Spring when it gets warmer as I've found paint seems to cure better in warmer weather and it's not warm right now. Plus, I want to find a way to 'patch up' the scratches and rash my Canyon's have.

Perhaps just some silicon caulk for the deep scratches?

I may use some JBWeld on the lip and sand/file it down to blend better.

Any suggestions for repairing gauges?

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Perhaps just some silicon caulk for the deep scratches?

Any suggestions for repairing gauges?
Don't use silicon. The paint will not bond to it. As a matter of fact don't use anything pliable as it will not sand down smooth to the wheel surface. Use something like bondo or Mar-tex. The latter you get in marine stores. It's for marines repairs, but would work excellent in this application. It sands very well.
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Not my jeep, but I believe they are a wild spirit, radial rvt, 32/11.5/15's
Their wild COUNTRY tires. I used to have some and they done pretty good in the mud.
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Their wild COUNTRY tires. I used to have some and they done pretty good in the mud.
Your right. I have some now and love 'em. Awesome in the mud!!! Huge difference.
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My friend, you are my hero.

I've been tossing around the idea of getting ravines.

You just made up my mind for me.

I love how that came out with the bright rim.

Installing HID's in stock housings is bad. Here is why.

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My friend, you are my hero.

I've been tossing around the idea of getting ravines.

You just made up my mind for me.

I love how that came out with the bright rim.
Glad to hear!!!
Post up once ya work 'em over!!

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Now the only problem is finding ravine rims.

Local tire shop wanted 600 for a set of 5 with brand new 30 inch goodyear G(et)S(tuck)A(nywhere)'s

Wouldnt sell me just the rims though

Installing HID's in stock housings is bad. Here is why.

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Those wheels look amazing! Seeing what you've done with yours made up my mind to keep my stock ones and do something similar with them. I'm just waiting for warmer weather to get it done. The graphite/charcoal grey looks killer on those rims!
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im gonna be resurrecting this one again.

i plan on doing my canyons. ill post pics once i get done. im gonna do them in black.

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Very nice =)

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Those wheels look amazing! Seeing what you've done with yours made up my mind to keep my stock ones and do something similar with them. I'm just waiting for warmer weather to get it done. The graphite/charcoal grey looks killer on those rims!

so let's see 'em TK!!!!
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im gonna be resurrecting this one again.

i plan on doing my canyons. ill post pics once i get done. im gonna do them in black.
Same goes for you. Let's see 'em when your done.
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Here I was all excited when I got notification that a new comment was posted in this thread. I thought I'd get to see some pictures. Its getting warmer out guys, were waiting to see those pictures.

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I realize this thread is old as junk, but I am about to do this project using the satin black from Duplicolor. My question is approximately how many cans are needed for the paint and clear coat?


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