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Old 04-23-2012, 11:19 AM
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Vehicle: '15 Ram 1500 Longhorn EcoD
Trim Level: CC, 6'4", 3.92, LSD
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Engine: 2014-20?? 182.3ci (3.0L) L630DOHC V6 240hp 420lb/ft Eco-Diesel
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Originally Posted by dawg11 View Post
Ok so going by the dates on your posts you painted this engine cover almost a year ago , right ? I saw someone say the paint would peel if you didn't put heat resistant paint as a base coat . So how is this holding up ? I assume that you used a air sprayer for this job ? Your post says you used :
1 can of Dupli-Color prep spray
1 can of Dupli-Color adhesion promoter
2 cans of Dupli-Color flame red
2 cans of Dupli-Color brilliant black
1 can of Dupli-Color clear coat
what size cans ? i.e. pint , quart ? Do you have to get this from the dealer ?
I would love to know this as well.
Prior to taking delivery of mine, my dealer (detailer) detailed the engine cover too, so it has a waxy/oil film on it.
Whats the best way to remove that prior to doing all the steps above?
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