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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-06-2010, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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Re-painting stacks

okay guys so anyone who has seen my truck knows my stacks have some rust spots on them. what is a good paint to repaint them with. ill probably be doing it in the next week or 2 before it gets to cold.

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Re: Re-painting stacks

You need a high temp paint. You can usually find blacks and silver. I just used high temp black BBQ paint.
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yeah thats what i was thinking about using. do you know if you can find high temp paint in gray? i have an idea for another part of my stacks

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Re: Re-painting stacks

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You need a high temp paint. You can usually find blacks and silver. I just used high temp black BBQ paint.
i do the same thing

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Re: Re-painting stacks

clean all the paint to bare shiny steel and use john deere blitz black, its not flat but it nots glossy, perfect for a set of black stacks and i run it on my stacks and my factory exhaust (i switch back n forth, dont like towing with stacks)

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can you get me some pics of that please

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Re: Re-painting stacks

Do they make high temp in Gloss? I got a stack today and it needs to be painted.

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Re: Re-painting stacks

im trading my stacks for 7" aussies so im not worried now lol

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Re: Re-painting stacks

if you want cool colors other than black, go to auto parts place get engine block paint,the stuff is tuff, its some sort of ceramic based hight temp, i have painted engines,bike frames,wheels everything,man its as tuff as powder coat comes in all sorts of colors and finishes made by dupli-color im pretty sure
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Re: Re-painting stacks

I used Rust-Oleum Hammered finish in Black on my dual 5"s, paint says is only good to 200 degrees, but its held up very well so far, so apparently 200 degrees is a conservative estimate.

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