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Fan Shroud
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Fan shroud has gotten pretty dull and nasty looking, i want to repaint, and was wondering if anyone has done this and what type of paint was used to get it to stick to the slick plastic. I have been looking and have seen Krylon Fusion ( for plastic ) but never used before any ideas? Thanks for any help Robert

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SEM brand satin black paint using some Bulldog adhesion promoter will do it justice. .

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MeZapU;39793 Wrote:SEM brand satin black paint using some Bulldog adhesion promoter will do it justice. .

I saw something about that as i was searching earlier today may have to give it a try. Thanks for the input thumb

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Yea,Tho i cruise through the valley of the shadow of rice,I will fear no Turbo,For Torque art with me.Thy rods and crankshaft,they comfort me. Big Grin Robert
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I've used the Krylon Fusion on all kinds of plastic. I think it bonds good to plastic and looks great. You need to follow the instructions and clean the part with rubbing alcohol first and I think you'll be extremely satisfied with the results.

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#5
I need to do something with it dull and faded and i have new decals coming in this weekend for shroud and air cleaner. Do not really want to put new decal on nasty fan shroud Thanks for the info on Krylon.

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Yea,Tho i cruise through the valley of the shadow of rice,I will fear no Turbo,For Torque art with me.Thy rods and crankshaft,they comfort me. Big Grin Robert
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#6
I used a product called Mar Hyde on most of my plastic stuff and was amazed how it looked after it was done.

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That sound like a cool product Roy.

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Don65Stang;39812 Wrote:That sound like a cool product Roy.

I used quiet a bit of it on my stuff, laid down very nice, and was the correct satin I was looking for and available at orieleys.
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Tnfastbk;39851 Wrote:
Don65Stang;39812 Wrote:That sound like a cool product Roy.

I used quiet a bit of it on my stuff, laid down very nice, and was the correct satin I was looking for and available at orieleys.

I will have to get some and try it out, I was looking through my rattle cans today and noticed i have a can of Dupli-Color Adhesion Promoter ( can't remember when i got that ) along with a couple cans of semi-gloss and low gloss black

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