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post #1 of 1 (permalink) Old 12-28-2008, 04:38 AM Thread Starter
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Color Sanding????

My truck has a pinkish fender. At some point before I bought the truck 9 years ago it had the pax front fender repainted. The clear has faded to dull, and is lifting around the edges at the hood line. Is there anything I can do to revive it for a time (looking to repaint in late 09) I have become adept at taking pics that do no advertise the color difference in the fender, but if I pull up under flourescent lights at night the color is amazingly different. I have been told that I can color sand the fender, and it will look better. what is color sanding, and how is it done.

here are a couple of pics, but they really dont show the difference since its bright sun.

Good side

other side.

An older shot, but it shows the difference in color better

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