Originally Posted by raskull
A buddy of mine that works in a powder coating shop did some free work for me today. I took the windshield hinges, and one side of the door hinges off today, and spent about 3 hours sanding with air tools and a dremel. Once all that was done, he painted them a semi-gloss black for me, they turned out very nice.
Oh, and he painted a steel "mud flap girl" for me too. Another friend of mine owns a shop with a plasma cutter.
How much of a pain in the *** was it taking them off and putting them back on? Been thinking about swapping to stainless because mine are rusting a little, and I love the black hinges on a silver/grey Jeep. Now you've got to do the door hinges too.
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