I always do mine. These were painted before I first put them on the diffs. It was winter & I had time on my hands, so I went crazy. All the red was hand painted with a brush. But seriously except for cleaning all the shipping oil off, I don't go too deep into prep for these. My XJ is 95% trail & the paint routinely gets gouged off on rocks & roots. When I take her to a show touch up is a breeze.
1992. XJ. Built.
Red Jeep Club Member #425 "Mud is evil."
Originally Posted by Back_In_Black View Post
But then again, I was the same way once I joined. Search button will be your best friend as there is an abundant amount of information in previous threads. All right back on topic;
1994 Dodge Ram 2500. 12V Cummins Turbo Diesel.
i used some self etching primer, and rustoleum hammered paint on my axles and covers. i hardly did any prep work and its holding up excellently. the paint hasnt even chipped at all and it still looks like new
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