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I know someone posted awhile back about the color code for the generator cover.

Anybody still got that info handy??

Thanks,,

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I have it at home... I can post it tonight.

How much paint you need? Just enough to respray that cover?
 
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Yep... the cover is just scratched.. not even gouged at all..

so im just gonna sand it and spary it....

you got some??

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Outlaw needs the same code too for this clutch cover that got plasticized. :oops:
 

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lol. Model? Nope. I meant where the plastic tarp deleted the paint from Outlaw's clutch cover on his way to Deal's Gappage.
 

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I'll talk with you tonight in chat about it. We have several options here...
 

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I'll give my thoughts here, and we can go to chat tonight if anyone wants to go into more details...

I did not have alot of luck with ColorRite, so I just stopped wasting my time and went back to my old tried and true method of having my paint custom mixed.

I pulled the sprocket cover off (it is fairly flat) and had it spectro-analyzed at my local auto custom paint supply shop. The color the spectro came up with looked a little light to me, so I had them darken it up 0.35%.

It came out quite exquisite, if I do say so myself.

Paint: Duracryl Acrylic Lacquer
PPG Code and Name: DDL25146 Cinnamon Poly
Tinting Guide: DDL25146
Mix:
DMA329 17.9
DMA356 26.0
DMA323 60.0
DMA358 97.1
DMA307 106.0
DMA316 186.1

If you have a good shop that deals in PPG products, they will be able to mix you up the paint from the above codes. They can also fill a spray can for you. I prefer PreVail (baby bottle and air can kit), but thats up to you...

Hope this helps.
 
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