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Even on the first gens? That sucks. So basically once I take it off, I need to replace it with a new one? Or is that the kit you are talking about? It's in crap condition anyways, guess it'll be a good excuse to replace it.
Very nice write-up. It is great to have an actual body man do a write up, because they truly know what they are doing, unlike me. I will refer to this as I continue to remove the character from my X. lol
I use DuPont Products, and I like tham alot. Once you decide on a paint manufacturer to use, it is best to stick with it. Every manufacturers paint sprays a little differently, and it is hard to make a transition to a different manufacturer once you get used to a brand. Also, once you buy supplies for a particular brand, you can't just mix and match products of different brands. It is more economical to decide on one and stick with it. IMHO