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Originally posted by Rockatansky Rockatansky wrote:

primer is not paint, i hosed my brackets & fork with Harbor Freight rattle can Black after welding the pins to the stampings. they were loose & wobbled out







Ok, I'll make sure that I get some actual paint on it. I have it up in the air now. So that'll make it easier.
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Primer is a sponge for paint.
If you have contact info to a 72 GTS that is clean and will be babied by me, I have the cash and will fly out asap to check it out.
Thanks, John
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Originally posted by handsofstone handsofstone wrote:

Primer is a sponge for paint.


Got you. Sprayed it up.
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