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yea, I painted mine semi-gloss enamel, but I may have go for the full gloss.In his pics they look more shiney, and that looks good. Im also gonna try to paint allof theblack around the door the same color, gonna be a pain in the ***. Im wondering how much a shop would charge if I taped them off. After that, ill start working on the window rattles...any suggestions?
WWW.BLUEOVALINDUSTRIES.COM for the covers, install was done using an aftermaket adhesive from local body shop supply company...stronger bonding properties than the supplied adhesive but unfortunately I don't recall the name. Make sure to test fit the molding several times so you can remove any excess material that may prevent a flush fit while also assist you in getting comfortable in which way you're going to place the moldings in place and where you may need extra adhesive. If they aren't sitting flush before you attempt install you'll have a hard time working with them when the adhesive is applied and smeering all over...excess glue will make it difficult for the tape to adhere properly and also make cleanup more difficult.
Lil red 88 GT sporting Edelbrock RPM small valve heads...little grinder time, Comp XE270HR-12, Typhoon intake, 1.6 scorpions, Pro-M meter, and all the standard boltons I could find.
320/345 on the rollers N/A..ZEX numbers to follow.
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