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Old 07-17-2010, 02:40 PM
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If I were to do it myself I would use rhyno guard or something similar..
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I bought new doors and fenders so there was really no body work needed. I just sanded the whole truck down and shot it. My best friend works for john deere so if anyone needs paint I can give you his contact info and he can see about getting some paint to you. thanks for the compliments. I am real happy with the color it looks classy and mean all at the same time.
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Ditto, that looks awesome, great job!
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Rustoleum...

I'm just brushing on flat white Rustoleum. I guess my goal is to get this truck to be bombproof and solid and easy to touch up and work on. I don't much care if it looks shiny and new, but a few brush strokes do show through. Don't bother me much. Will post some pics when done.

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