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Runs take quite a while to dry due to the thickness of the paint. I use a hair dryer to accelerate the drying process, but too fast is not good. If the primer was etch or barrier, then when you flat the run down, be careful not to go to the bare metal (or previous paint), or you'll have to re-prime it. Normal primer, such as Hi-Build, dries very quickly, and you can flat out any runs in a couple of hours at the most.

Anyway - since when did you get so fussy? :D

Les. :ph34r:

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how can they be yours Jase there on Tonys truck.......

finshed the forex for mine today, just waiting for the paint to dry on the framework then should be ready to go for Mon and drive around day!

anyone recommend some nice small side repeaters that come complete? Tony suggested later 300tdi pre TD5 ones just wondering about other makes etc and value for ££££

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