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    #76
    Originally posted by kimbleseven View Post
    Do i need to wetsand or dry sand before putting a clear on? Looks very nice

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    No, clear it then sand the first clearcoat if your original work was a little rough then clear again.

    And did you notice all the imperfections in that door. That’s the trouble polishing them up. They look awesome buy show the flaws.
    PINBALL gotta love it

    "There's no such thing as too much bling"

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      #77
      Originally posted by JOKERPOKER View Post
      No, clear it then sand the first clearcoat if your original work was a little rough then clear again.
      Do you dry or wet sand the clear between coats?

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        #78
        Originally posted by kimbleseven View Post
        Do you dry or wet sand the clear between coats?

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        Yes.
        PINBALL gotta love it

        "There's no such thing as too much bling"

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          #79
          Originally posted by JOKERPOKER View Post
          Yes.
          Dry or wet?

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            #80
            Sorry mate got side tracked earlier. Just a light wet sand between coats.
            PINBALL gotta love it

            "There's no such thing as too much bling"

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              #81
              Rustoleum blossom white is on. And the usual flick of black from a wire brush. I have ordered Montana Black spray cans "power red" and "black" which will be a few weeks before i get them.

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                  #83
                  That Rustoleum is the ducks guts to use on cabs IMO. Good depth of colour in just one pass , easy to use and the tins don't cost a bomb from Bunnings and if they haven't got it they will try and get it for you through special orders.
                  http://www.aussiearcade.com.au/forum.../138-RAIL-WAYS

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                    #84
                    Originally posted by kimbleseven View Post
                    Rustoleum blossom white is on. And the usual flick of black from a wire brush. I have ordered Montana Black spray cans "power red" and "black" which will be a few weeks before i get them. Link

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                    The Montana Black colours are very matte. I haven't painted yet but have gone with a semi gloss Loop brand. For anyone looking for spray paint have a look in a graff shop, colour range is amazing and you'd be surprised at the price. I got some 600ml cans of black for under $10 each. Click image for larger version

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                      #85
                      Looked at loop and another brand today in graph shop. Gloss is too shiny for me i prefer satin. Montana black is just a bit under satin

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                        #86
                        Replacing fuses today. Jaycar had 7.5amp fuses and 5amp slo blo fuses. They didnt have 1/4amp slo blo. I guess i have to order online for that one. Also replacing the EMI filter with a new one.

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                          #87
                          Radioparts sell them

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                            #88
                            Found the 1/4amp slo blo fuses at aztronics in Adelaide.

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                              #89
                              Today i have put all the bolts plates bits and pieces in a tub of white vinegar. Great idea Doug its the easiest way to clean up everything.

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                                #90
                                Originally posted by kimbleseven View Post
                                Today i have put all the bolts plates bits and pieces in a tub of white vinegar. Great idea Doug its the easiest way to clean up everything.

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                                just rememeber its acid. once the bare metal is left it will rust again. you'll been to be quick with the heat and wd40 or inox or oil or something.

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