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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-27-2016, 03:58 PM Thread Starter
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Rear pulley paint starting to look banged up. Actually looks worse than this. I'd like to touch it up without removing wheel but don't want to make a mess. I'd like to just paint the part I can see and assume it's best to spray it.

I can royally make a mess this is why I'm asking. I'd rather have a chrome one if anyone has one laying around that would fit.

I want to make it look nice for now and next time need a new rear tire, may order a chrome one.

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if your not pulling the wheel and then paint the pulley I would use a brush. Unless you can mask off the wheel swing arm and more

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Wrap tinfoil around everything as a mask. Its easy to do and conforms to all the weird shapes. Then you can paint it without getting overspray on stuff.

We also have a Chrome one in our closeout section. It is also on our "Name Your Price Sale".
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Thanks guys! I will have both a brush and spray and never thought about using aluminum foil.

It actually looks worse than my pic shows.

I like that chrome one but definitely battered some. Of course it is much cheaper than a new one. I'll keep my eyes open and may come across one in better shape. Could go ahead and get it and hold on to one until I need a new tire.
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