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post #1 of 89 (permalink) Old 01-18-2015, 06:16 PM Thread Starter
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For you that have done it, did you sand blast the aluminum or clean and paint over that rough texture? Thanks for your inputs.
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isnt it plastic?

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The middle is, I'm leaving that black the outside parts are cast aluminum. Those are what I'm painting.
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oh gotcha, i think most smooth it out then paint

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I think on the witchdoctors site, it says they sand theirs smooth
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I had mine powder coated gloss black. They have to strip off the factory powder. Once they did that it comes out smooth.
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Thanks. Gonna start sanding tomorrow.
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Had mine sanded before painting:
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2014 VIC XC PEARL WHITE

STAGE 1 UPGRADE W/K&N FILTER
BLACK TRI-OVAL EXHAUST W/CHROME TIPS
BLACKED OUT LENS'

LOWERING LINK ( DROPPED 2" )
CUSTOM PINSTRIPING
PAINTED OUTER CHIN SPOILERS
GUSTAFSON EUROFLIP +2"[/B]
RICZ LAYDOWN PLATE
DEBADGED AND REFLECTORS REMOVED
O2 SENSORS DISCONNECTED

LLOYDS TIMING WHEEL
SHORTY ANTENNA FROM MINI-COOPER
21"WHEEL KIT FROM WD
BUNCH OF NESS ADD-ONS
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For you that have done it, did you sand blast the aluminum or clean and paint over that rough texture? Thanks for your inputs.
Has anybody done this and painted them the titanium suede color that could share picss?

Thanks in advance!
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