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    hydrostream clearcoat?

    i have a 1980 hydrostream vector that needs clearcoat. what kind should i use? has original flake but the clearcoat is gone. thanks in advance
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    1977 Hydrostream Viper 1997 2.5 260 -Bob
    1980 Hydrostream Vector 1981 2.4 225 -Josh


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    Clear gelcote,BUT quick and easy,auto clear cote can work well.Some of it will tend to get cloudy or yellow when used over polyester.Thats why I prefer gel,it's more work but bonds better and will last longer.JMO. You guys rompin it this year?

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    You going again??? WERE IN !! Bob ???
    Quote Originally Posted by outasite View Post
    Clear gelcote,BUT quick and easy,auto clear cote can work well.Some of it will tend to get cloudy or yellow when used over polyester.Thats why I prefer gel,it's more work but bonds better and will last longer.JMO. You guys rompin it this year?

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    Saran Wrap is best. Don't use the cheap stuff



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    Quote Originally Posted by transomstand View Post
    Saran Wrap is best. Don't use the cheap stuff
    hmmmmm what brand? lol
    - Josh
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    Quote Originally Posted by outasite View Post
    Clear gelcote,BUT quick and easy,auto clear cote can work well.Some of it will tend to get cloudy or yellow when used over polyester.Thats why I prefer gel,it's more work but bonds better and will last longer.JMO. You guys rompin it this year?
    Rompin it every year !!
    1977 Hydrostream Viper 1997 2.5 260 -Bob
    1980 Hydrostream Vector 1981 2.4 225 -Josh


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