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Old 12-13-2005, 05:59 PM   #1
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Default So you want to re-paint your seat cowl...

I just recently purchased a Braada cowl, second hand from a fellow citizen of ,"The People's Republic of Canada".
As advertised there was cracked paint and a broken installation bracket.

Upon inspection of the cowl I'm left wondering what bwould be the best way to tackle the job of stripping and the cowl before actually painting.

I've taken some pictures of the cowl in it's current condition for review.
As I'm not sure what its made of I'm concerned that a chemical stripper may damage the cowl. Likewise, I'm not sure what an appropriate paint preparant might be.

Obviously, it wasn't prep.ed correctly the first time it was painted and I don't want to make a similar mistake this time.

Have a look all and let me know your thoughts.
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