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I personally would not recommend actual CARC paint, as it is a highly toxic cancer causing agent, requiring excessive PPE and ventilation for application. Good ole rattle can store paint usually works fine. Just my 2 cents.......
Look for the "King of the rattlecan" thread on this site. Lots of discussion and great pics. I plan on picking up some of the Rapco CARC substitute when I get ready to touch-up my 1031.
great thread. looks like simple repairs can be done cheap. i have always wondered about that. there are a lot of clean trucks on here that look flawless.link:
once again the SS forum gods have smiled upon us and bestowed upon us the gift of knowledge....
I saw a very nice bobbed truck and all he did was pressure wash it first. He said he would do it again for every truck he painted.Do you have to go through and sand everything 1st like a normal car? (because that is A LOT to sand before painting)
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