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Old 08-22-2013, 11:14 PM
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Originally Posted by snrusnak View Post
It is possible to DIY anodizing but if you don't know how you can take it to someone who does it. Google for local anodizing.
definitely will, thanks.

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Fluid. Dont worry just tape everything up and paint away. The rotor will be ok if you get a little over spray on it. The first time you hit the brakes its gone.

Be sure to be safe jackstands are a must. I would cover the hood and fender tops up with a old blanket if you are one to get spray can crazy.

Use aluminun foil to wrap around the brake lines and cover the springs and stuff. That or get a thicker paint and brush it on. If your not into masking that may be your best bet.

you can do it. I did these in about 2 hours.
jackstands are a crazy must. Haha. I didn't know about the foil either, that would work. thanks also!
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