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Old 03-15-2004, 06:16 PM   #1
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painted calipers.... what to use to strip paint off of them??

hello i had my calipers painted with vht paint a few weeks ago and i was un happy with em so i bought the caliper paint kit form redline tuning, i painted em yesteday, and they looked sweet until they started drying a few hrs after the paint ran a little and cracked on one of them cuse i put on 2 much paint, well i drove home, and they were all fine except that one, and i drove to work today and they were fime then i came out of work and one of the rear ones was all wrinkled and looks like crap, so what would i use to strip the paint i put on yesterday and the paint from a few weeks ago off, with out hurting the seals and rubber parts on my calipers.... thanks alot


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