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So my rear brakes are all faded and look almost pink not red anymore. So I finally found a spare ...



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Old 01-07-2017, 08:49 PM
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Redoing my rear brakes powder coating.

So my rear brakes are all faded and look almost pink not red anymore. So I finally found a spare set on eBay to rebuild. Started the process tonight tore them all down and pre-baked them in the oven to burn off all the oil and grease. Smoked my whole garage up lol. Looks like they were in pretty good shape so I should be able to reuse everything. Hopefully I can sandblast them tomorrow and coat them during the week sometime. img_3663.jpg
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Old 01-09-2017, 12:30 PM
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All sandblasted and ready for a wipe down and coating!! Prob won't coat them till the temp comes up a little the exhaust fan setup pulls all the heat out of the garage and it's 15 degrees here.
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spraying your pink ones with some clear will turn them red again. It's worked for other people.
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Are you going factory color? Or do you have something else in mind?
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spraying your pink ones with some clear will turn them red again. It's worked for other people.
It prob would. but it wont last or look as good as a fresh powder coating.

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Are you going factory color? Or do you have something else in mind?
I was debtating that I have a lot of colors stocked up. I'll prob keep them the stock color though. I'll have the spare set to play with.
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How much did the spare set cost?
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I got them for under $200 shipped and they are heavy bastards!!! I'll be selling the set I pull off the truck when I'm done. PM me if interested
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