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Old 26 Jun 2004, 07:25 pm
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I'd like to paint the nozzles Light Almond pearlcoat like my cruiser. Was wondering if anybody has removed them and if so was it hard to reinstall with the correct pattern?
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Old 26 Jun 2004, 09:46 pm
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I had my PTeazer roll pan and mirrors painted at a body shop earlier this year. While it was there, I also had them paint the washer nozzles which they did at no charge. So I guess it must be pretty easy. No problems with the washers either. I think the painted nozzles look stealthy just like the way Honda does theirs on the S2K.
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Old 26 Jun 2004, 11:06 pm
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1. Open the hood,

2. Carefully pull two plastic, round clips holding the hood insulation,

3. pull the waterline from the nozzles

4. press the front and rear part of the nozzle and push up, it will pop out.

5. Paint

6. reinstall reversing the steps above

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Old 27 Jun 2004, 01:44 am
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Thanks went to PT DIY and it said same thing. Ian when you painted them did you use flex primer?
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I didn't paint mine...

I installed two chromed skulls that shoot the water thru their eyes and on the other side their eyes iluminate.

I installed the lights to the fog lamp switch so when I turn on the fog lamps they also come on.

Everybody around here said that my car looks like a Hearse, so I decided to make it look like that.. I have skulls everywhere and then I tell all my ricers friends that it is one for every Ricer I kill at the track [?]

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