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02-04-2010 11:06 PM
Rag top bird I have used the brake gray before and its worth the money as far as the black goes I have used this black with a 5 to 1 mix with a flatting agent http://www.bapspaint.com/docs/psheet...c%20Enamel.pdf its half the cost and looks the same
02-04-2010 04:26 PM
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Eastwood "Brake Gray" alternatives?

Looking through Eastwood's catalog i ran across a spray paint product called "Brake Gray".
As the name applies, its is a paint that can be used on the brake rotors, calipers, and reservoir to bring back that factory gray polish/casting color.
Its a bit high priced in a can, and I was wondering if anyone knew any alternatives of the same color, that can be bought in a quart, or at local paint supply stores?

Also, there are a few other specialty paint colors used for restoring various suspension parts back to there original colors, can anyone suggest alternatives?
thanks

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