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Old 09-02-2013, 12:38 PM   #1
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Jeep Paint Mods

Paint is fairly cheap mod for most of us. What have you painted on your jeep to make it unique or different? Don't forget to post pictures
I'l start with my painted engine
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Old 09-05-2013, 06:53 AM   #3
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That intake manifold 9and overall the whole engine compartment) looks great man. What paint did you use and has it held up?
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My son and I painted his whole TJ in bed liner then accented it with florescent green. He's doing a Monster theme.

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That intake manifold 9and overall the whole engine compartment) looks great man. What paint did you use and has it held up?
Its not mine but its my friends. As long as he doesnt beat it to hell yah it will hold up but im not sure what the paint is. Also that engine is a vortec from some gm truck i guess. Its got alot of power
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Its not mine but its my friends. As long as he doesnt beat it to hell yah it will hold up but im not sure what the paint is. Also that engine is a vortec from some gm truck i guess. Its got alot of power
I'm pretty sure he was talking about my engine, the pic I put up. Which is the stock Inline 6.

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Duplicolor engine enamel, the stuff work great and holds up amazingly. There is a baking process though, Just keep the engine running for 5 minutes turn it off for 5, and keep adding 5 minutes running and off till you reach a half hour.
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