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small-list Digest Wed, 31 May 2000 Volume: 2000 Issue: 080

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Re: High temp paint: necessary?
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Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 16:56:08 -0700
From: Dan Wentz>
Subject: Re: High temp paint: necessary?

>I want to paint some miscellaneous underhood pieces, preferably body color
>(throttle cable bracket, etc.). I was wondering if anybody knows at what
>point high temp paint is necessary.

Brackets don't get that hot. I've painted brackets, balancers, etc with
regular spray paint and have never had it burn off or discolor.

> So if it's necessary, maybe would it work if I used a high-temp primer
> or other base coat, or maybe a high temp clear coat over it, or maybe both??

If you paint over a high temp primer with regular paint the part will still
get hot and burn the paint. The primer will stay but you'd lose the color.

> Or will I need to select some generic color that is available in high-temp??

I think you're safe.


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Date: Sat, 03 Jun 2000 12:16:54 -0400
From: Ken Payne>
Subject: ADMIN: Web site updates

Ford Truck Enthusiasts web site updates:

June 3:
Pictorial additions:
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1977 F250 Ranger, 1980 F100 Custom, 1984 F150,
1996 Explorer Eddie Bauer 4x4

May 31:
NEW! 1932-1972 Ford Factory Service (Shop)
Manuals on CD-ROM! Ford Truck Enthusiasts is
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licensed products.

May 29:
Pictorial additions: 1969 F100, 1977 F250 4x4

May 28:
Part one in a series of articles detailing the
22nd Annual F100 Supernationals.

New Web store products:
-Several new engine/performance books added.
-Stainless steel polished and unpolished
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Ken Payne
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