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Now that I have my jack, I can start painting the calipers. I was thinking about getting this paint or paint 2 .

Anyone have experience with either?

Also, I heard that once you mix the paint on G2 you have to do all 4 or it will cure and not usable for another day. Does this mean that I have to have all 4 tires off at the same time?

Do you think I can paint the Chevy (silver) bow tie on the rims also with the same paint (would I have enough in the G2 kit)?
 

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There are stickers for sale on e-bay for the wheel emblems. I,ve seen people try to paint them and haven't seen anyone do a very good job.
 

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redssrloaded said:
Now that I have my jack, I can start painting the calipers. I was thinking about getting this paint or paint 2 .

Anyone have experience with either?

Also, I heard that once you mix the paint on G2 you have to do all 4 or it will cure and not usable for another day. Does this mean that I have to have all 4 tires off at the same time?

Do you think I can paint the Chevy (silver) bow tie on the rims also with the same paint (would I have enough in the G2 kit)?

IF the G2 (sorry, never used it) has an activator in it, then just mix enough for one wheel at a time because activated material will set up on you. The activated material that I am familiar with cannot be used without a proper charcoal mask!

I'd use the laquer; never knew any laquer to have an activator also it can be used without charcoal protection for your purposes. HTH Don
 
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