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Old 10-12-2007, 06:31 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by acko View Post
before i paint the shell i sit it on my chassis. making sure my wheel arches are in the right spot, making sure ive got the same clearance on each side. then with a permiant marker put a dot in the middle off the post on the shell. paint it etc....drill it or rheem it, peel the protective film off and there ya have it. the only 1s ive stuffed up are when i forget to mark it before i paint

hope this isnt to complex for ya to try. i dont like grease as paint doesnt like to stick to the residue and i dont like makin extra work of having to clean before paint
There is already lubricant on the inside of the body shell from the mold release agent. You should always wash the inside of the shell before painting. Warm water and a couple dots of dish liquid...
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