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    Not my Dakota, but I redid my valve covers on my 10, no mo Red ! https://imgur.com/a/a8F3KTT

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    Blank ? ^

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    Was suppose to have your pic. but i guess i dont know what im doing haha

    Looks good tho

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    Ever since photobucket crashed I havnt been able to figure out how to post pics, going in to a link kind of sucks sometimes

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    Just attach them to the forum.
    Click "Go advanced" > click the paper clip and upload your photo.
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    See if this works
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    Did that work ? Otherwise here’s the link to the intake part
    https://imgur.com/a/H6wm2ro

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackknight View Post
    See if this works

    Looks great. What paint did you use? Any special prep you did?

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    Just stripped them with aircraft remover , hit them with scotch Brite, and powder coated them , the guys did 3-4 coats of gloss black and 3-4 coats of clear, then I block sanded the letters, took about a week but well worth it

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    Thanks for the info. I might just use a hi-temp paint.

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