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    Smile Repainting Jamex Lowering Struts

    Hi guys, does anyone has experience with repainting lowering struts?? Any techniques i should follow to get the best results or the longest lasting results??

    What paint do you reccomend?? Hammerite maybe, i heard its tough lol,

    Thanks guys
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    They'll turn black after a bit of driving anyhow as the muck builds up

    Other than that I'd say any paint will be OK, don't think they get too hot in use? If you can give them a sand back and prime first then this would likely give you the best finish and lastability.

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    cheers NRY, thought it couldn't have been that hard, what have you got done to your z16xe??

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    Err, quite a few things, check the bottom link in my signature.

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