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Old 09-04-2009, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wanna paint my window vent visors

I have seen vent visors painted to match the trucks. What I was wondering is: can I use the duplicolor aresol can of bright white from Auto Zone or O'Riley's to come close to matching the color of my 07white truck? Has anybody used the duplicolor dodge/chrysler bright white for any matching purposes and have ya had satisfactory results? Thanks for any help here.
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You will need a plastics adhesion promoter. The rattle can white might be close, I would just have a shop do them.
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take the paint code to a automotive paint shop have them mix it and put it in to a paint can get some adhesion promoter and some rattle can clear and paint away wash with hot soapy water
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Old 02-06-2010, 07:49 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I got mine painted to match the truck. A body shop did it while i was getting some work done. They said they put some other stuff in the paint because at hiway speeds they can flex and may crack the paint. I love the way it looks. Nice and clean.
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I had mine too. Goo to realtruck.com and order the window visors from them that are an exact paint match. Just got mine last week and put them on and dam do they look good!
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Old 02-24-2010, 03:53 PM   #6 (permalink)
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if you dont want to go to the cost of having a paint shop do this for you here is what you do.

if you buy the duplicolor paint.
spray a test panel - use piece of scrap or something you dont care about, when its dried
put it next to your truck see if its a match.
Clean vent good with soap and water.
Use a scotchbrite pad (red) scuff vent
clean with a prep solvent ( nothing to agressive as it will melt the plastic
spray a DUST coat of self etching primer. you do not need to go heavy with this
self etch primer will allow paint to adhere to vent. and a dust coat is
you need
Spray your paint - 1st coat i would spray light (i call this a tack coat) then go back with
two medium coats

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I would use plastic adhesion promoter and a flex agent,you can get the adhesion promoter in a spray bomb at any auto paint supply the flex agent you usually add to your paint or I think you can get flex bumper paint that can cover all the bases.
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