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10/24/2002
17:29:21

Subject: bumper painting
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can you use that thick rock chip paint to paint the front bumper facia (part with the fog lights)in the dakota?



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10/24/2002
21:36:01

RE: bumper painting
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What kind of paint are you talking about because I want to paint that part to (the front lower valence).



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10/25/2002
10:27:00

RE: bumper painting
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I need to paint the upper part as mine is starting to corrode.

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10/25/2002
10:37:17

RE: bumper painting
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SS,
just be sure to scuff the surface up really well and spray on a adhesion promoter first.

i painted my metal bumper with Dupli-Color #359 Intense Blue Pearl and it turned out great. I also painted my mirrors and dash.

--"did you mean the charger, because that's got a hemi, too!"
98 Dakota Sport V6: 8.95@77.9 mph (1/8th)
99 Oldsmobile Alero GL3 V6: xx@xx mph

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10/25/2002
11:35:12

RE: bumper painting
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I'm talking about the thick rock chip protection paint they usually use on the lower part of door and fender panels. Its textured. I have lots of rock chips in the plastic (truck is white) and the black is showing through.



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10/25/2002
12:05:08

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yeah i understood that. My second comment was for the other guy(s).

you will need a adhesion promoter kinda paint (sell them at autozone) to help it stick to the plastic flexable surface. Just sand the stock paint down through the clear coat to get good adhesion.


--"did you mean the charger, because that's got a hemi, too!"
98 Dakota Sport V6: 8.95@77.9 mph (1/8th)
99 Oldsmobile Alero GL3 V6: xx@xx mph

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