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So are the valve covers typically painted while they are "warm" to get that wrinkle effect? Or is the paint somehow warmed up to spray it on?
In the short term, I might just dab a little flat black paint on the couple of spots that are bare on the covers so the spots don't stand out.
I have a couple of places on my Hemi valve covers where the wrinkle black paint has flaked off. I would like to just touch them up for now. Does anyone have a recommendation of where I can get the correct or similar paint to touch it up? I am not sure exactly what the paint is or how the texture...
I have decided to install the factory correct hub caps on my GTX. I’m wondering if there is a trick to installing them without beating the crap out of the painted wheel? I tried “popping” them on by hand and smacked on them a couple times with a mallet and decided to step back and ask for advice...
They are factory 15" wheels. I believe the factory wheels were 6" wide, but I'm not absolutely certain. Never did get around to buying the Magnums yet, so still rolling on the steel wheels. Probably be a purchase for next spring now. But will be holding on to the steelies for sure.
I happened to have a can of the Tri-Flow in my garage for some other reason (I can't remember). Sprayed that on the trunk and door hinges and that seemed to do the trick. I was pretty conservative with how much I sprayed so as not to end up with a big mess.