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M43 rocker cover

Discussion in 'Z3 Roadster & Coupé' started by micklaw, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. micklaw

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  2. zedonist

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    Very nice, cost much to get done?
     
  3. micklaw

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    That's really good, have you give it a coat of lacquer?

    I was just looking at hydro dipping when your thread popped up
     
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    No lacquer it turns yellow with the heat
     
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    It'll take some maintenance time to stop it self passivating and going dull, there has to be a high temp lacquer available, VHT must do one.
     
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    I think a regular metal polish should keep it at bay
     
  8. zedonist

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    A good caranuba wax should seal the pores, who did it for you?
     
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    A guy in a village called wigston in leicestershire where we live
     
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    It looks good Mick.
     
  11. hard top

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    Yes, I like that.
     
  12. micklaw

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    will take a pic when its fitted.
    hope to get it done before gaydon
     
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    fitted today:) ( hope its not to blingy:rolleyes:)
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    Definitely not blingy! I love polishing stainless but Al is easier to do. I intend to polish anything that can be polished if they ever find my car!! 28 days and still nothing! JIM
     
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    Have you gone and got done Jim?
     
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    Very nice Mick, looks great.
    Tony.
     
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    Huh!!
     
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    Jim, that is English for 'have you been stitched up'
     
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    Translate stitched up please!!
     
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    The sting.......
     

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