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    Looks great! Correctly preparing parts for paint can be a lot of work but sure pays off when you get to see that nice smooth shiny new paint!

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    Getting close. Hood and gas tank straps remaining. Hood is going to be a real pain. Only part can fit in the tub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan444 View Post
    Hood is going to be a real pain. Only part can fit in the tub.
    Yeah, dealing with parts that are too large to completely submerge in your electrolysis tank does make the process a little more difficult. It can still be done by submerging half of the part and then flipping it over and repeating for the other half. And even if you can't get half of it in there and end up leaving a little patch in the middle, it still reduces the amount of area you have to strip using other methods.

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