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I removed the upper and lower grille sections from the MH. I am going to repaint the CAC and support flat black. I plan to use a Scotch-Brite pad to remove the old flaking paint. I bought a rattle can of Rust-oleum BBQ Black High Heat for grills and stoves (1200 deg F).

Any suggestions or recommendations?

Thanks!

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Ken

HOF City, PRR Country, and Charter member of the "Mack Pack"

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Mike,

Yes, flat black because "I believe" it came from the factory that way. What are you suggesting?

Ken

Ken sorry I'm late. I was going to suggest a black powder coating. I have found it is very durable and will last longer than we will be around. I'm actually using this method on my truck and glad I can. This durable method is important to me because I have seen this wear on flat paint on many vehicles and are needing paint about each five years.

mike

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i have some mh grill pieces not in the best condition BUT FREE to any one who can use them look the pic over and see what you think

Charley, if that top left (In front of driver) is not cracked, please save it for me.

Fred

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