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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-23-2008, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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Had to go OD Green again..

Well after about 10 cans of Krylon OD Green paint, she is done.
I couldn't stand the blue color it was before, and my last Zuk was OD green, so I had to do it again! I've still got to finish a few little things on the body, but it is mostly done.

Next up is to put my YJ springs under it, SPOA, high steer, 33's with new back spaced wheels and tracker gears! AHHH, the list never ends!





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Looking good!

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looks good. i'm in the process of doing the same thing only in flat black. did you sand or prime before or just rattlecan over the existing paint. the test parts i have done are turning out like the inside of a diaper.
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Love it! Thinking of doing this to the 4-door.

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I just used a few Red 3M scuff pads to scuff the paint. It works, but I wish I would of taken the time to sand it all, primer and then paint. Taht is what I did to my last one and it held up great!
I was going to sand it, but my ortibital (sp?) sander broke on me when I was fixing a few rest spots

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Here are a few pic's of it with my doors on... Also, a pic showing what I put over a rust hole that I punched out. Just some diamond plate painted with truck bed liner, using push rivits to hold it in place! Works good so far.





It now looks like my old Zuk's Baby Brother..

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I painted my sammy OD green too, just looks to good on them. Sadly I sold her over a year ago...

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