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AFM Painting saucers


By Skypilot

5 years ago



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#62 5 years ago
Quoted from Buschjs:

Just got these back for my resto. Not paint but looks way better than stock:

Looks great!

#70 5 years ago
Quoted from Buschjs:

Ah, good call! I was thinking about that when test fitting the ung kit in the one saucer. I'll probably line the underside with some non-conductive material.

Quoted from McCune:

Double sided tape work good.

I'm theorizing rubberized undercoating might also work (spraying it in a jar and painting it on with a brush).

You could cover the entire inside of the saucer if this stuff is workable with a brush.

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