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Guest Anonymous, December 14, 2002
do it according to the directions and it is ok, touch up tricky
I am just curious, I have never heard of that before
Hollister Auto Body
shows how i want my valve cover to look. flat black, textured yeah kinda like miniature elephant skin. maybe you've heard of it as 'crinkle finish'. classic engine compartment finish on italian sports cars. creates interesting contrast with aluminum components.
thought maybe wurth made such a product.
hard to see how 'wrinkly' it is...check URL.
FYI, this was done with VHT paint..not that great..
it worked better than the vht? and it's available through harley dealers?
btw low temp here in s.w. riverside county (so cal) last night was a chilly 45
Yeah, I used the VHT because i had it and the Harley dealer was out of stock and i wanted to do it 'that day'... I got some Harley stuff later and tested it out...works way nicer. Plus the first time around I should have stuck it under a heat lamp as well...that will give you a way more wrinkled finish. Oh well, live and learn.
I believe the Harley PN is #98606CJ
bent and cold '72 02/m20
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