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Old 01-13-2012, 07:25 PM
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So I aquried a Carl Goldburg Aniversery cub thats about 90% built, got that and the float kit for 60 bucks on craigslist. Ive just about have it ready to be covered and before I do I want to spray paint the inside of the fuse white. Can I just use reaguler spray paint? or is there a better option?
Old 01-14-2012, 07:38 AM
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go somewhere that sells appliance spray paint and pick up some white. it's epoxy paint and will look nice AND protect the inside from any fuel spill/leak mishaps. only thing with it is, it's high gloss from the reason of painting appliances. not sure if you want a glossy interior. but, the stuff is almost bulletproof. after it cures for a week or two, you can take some steel wool, 000 or 00, and scrub the shine down a little, if you like that. the paint comes in white, black, off white, and a metallic/brushed kind of color. i guess like stainlesssteel.

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