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Old 01-05-2018, 05:23 PM
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So while I am waiting for some parts for my suspension upgrade, I thought I would repaint the Calipers. I know there are a few threads on removing the rear calliper, but here is one for reference...




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Old 01-05-2018, 07:57 PM
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Nice work spokes! Are you painting them black again? This is high on my list of things to do. I see you have a hoist. We could be best friends 😆
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Yes, back to black. Lot of work cleaning, and prep. Be warned. Not to mention getting the callipers off. I cant imagine life without a lift if you want to DIY.



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Yes, back to black. Lot of work cleaning, and prep. Be warned. Not to mention getting the callipers off. I cant imagine life without a lift if you want to DIY.

They look great! That's ok I get the Mrs to do all the tedious bits Haha! I'll definitely be getting a hoist, got a pit at work but it's hard to find time when I can use it.
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They look great! Did you replace seals and pistons too?
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Into the oven for a 1 hour bake at 90c (says the VHT instructions)...


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They look great! Did you replace seals and pistons too?
Thanks. Recently done.
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Old 01-11-2018, 08:19 PM
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And the final bit... sanding back the paint from the 'PORSCHE" emblem.



Double masking, 240 W&D and 800 to finish.

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Nice job! Thanks for sharing!
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And the callipers installed. Yes, working on replacing the suspension.. another thread later.


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