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Thread: A MudMade Square Body Chevy

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    That was one of them on my radar but using different colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by MudmadeRC View Post
    That was one of them on my radar but using different colors

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    Cant wait to see what you end up with


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    I'll be following this thread for sure.

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    Thinking greens or blues.....hmmmm

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    Blueish green

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    Has anyone used a paint other than Tamiya for their trucks? Looking to get the most for the money, Tamiya cans are kinda small for bigger bodies.

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    I used spaz stix with mixed results.
    Quote Originally Posted by MudmadeRC View Post
    Has anyone used a paint other than Tamiya for their trucks? Looking to get the most for the money, Tamiya cans are kinda small for bigger bodies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MudmadeRC View Post
    Has anyone used a paint other than Tamiya for their trucks? Looking to get the most for the money, Tamiya cans are kinda small for bigger bodies.
    Tamiya is best for Lexan bodies. You can use about any other type of paint you'd like for hard bodies, like Testors, etc. I have heard of others using Rust-Oleum for hard bodies, too.
    Spaz Stix is a good paint, but it takes a lot of good prep to make it look its best.

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    I was told other paints like Testors chip and crack away. I used Krylon the first time I painted the body when it was still a blazer and it seemed thick or dense.

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    I personally will be using an airbrush and quality automotive lacquer on the next body i do. I have notglt the results i want on a hard body with spray cans how ever i have not used tamiya and have seen good results with it but for the cost might as well airbrush imho and the color availability is vast and wide with auto motive paint s. A small. Auto touch up kit could go a long way in an airbrush

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