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    Anyone know any companies that do it in Liverpool.
    My brother in law cannot find one, and I have been looking online for about half an hour too.

    Cheers :cool:
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    Surely just strip them down and get them powdercoated? Shouldnt be hard to find a powdercoating place on the internet or in the phonebook
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    It's not my car, he wants it spray painted am just the assistant looking for somewhere that does it lmao

    Just found one
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    Do it yourself with BBQ paint.
    That'll withstand the heat.
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    (Original post by JC.)
    Do it yourself with BBQ paint.
    That'll withstand the heat.
    i used Hammerite direct to rust. worked well i thought. Halfrauds also do dedicated caliper paint but im not sure how different it really is :p:
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    If you want to pay Halfrauds prices then do so...
    Mine was something like 2 quid from wilkos.
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    Coloured calipers?

    [IMG]http://i416.photobucket.com/albums/pp245/babygirl_s09/*****_slap.jpg[/IMG]
    for if it's anything other than black.
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    (Original post by SMed)
    for if it's anything other than black.
    Mine are gold... and they are supposed to be that colour. :cool:

    Not that you can see them behind those massive Mags i've got on there.
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    (Original post by JC.)
    Mine are gold... and they are supposed to be that colour. :cool:

    Not that you can see them behind those massive Mags i've got on there.
    I'm sorry to hear that, my condolences. :console:
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    (Original post by SMed)
    I'm sorry to hear that, my condolences. :console:
    it's ok... they match the stains on the drivers seat.

    MG brakes aint that good!!!
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    (Original post by JC.)
    it's ok... they match the stains on the drivers seat.

    MG brakes aint that good!!!
    You have gold sh**?!?

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    (Original post by SMed)
    You have gold sh**?!?

    How else do you think I pay for these V8 projects
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    So please describe how you 'extract' this from your seat; do you scrape or is more of a 'harvest'?
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    Hey, Come on.... Where has this facination of yours for my rectum come from? We'll have to move this thread to the perverts section, sorry H+R at this rate!
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    no homo
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    I'm not the one that turned a gag into asking dirty questions sunshine!!!
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    Sorry pumpkin.
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    (Original post by Lara C.)
    i used Hammerite direct to rust. worked well i thought. Halfrauds also do dedicated caliper paint but im not sure how different it really is :p:
    I used a £4 tin of halfrauds cali paint (which I bet is the same as any of the high temp paint they sell, just re-potted)

    has lasted well, just removed the caliper, attacked the rust with a dremel/sandpaper, few coats, jobs a guddun.
 
 
 
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