exalted512 wrote: »
Like yes, actually, I dare to assume that. Thats why I said it. My comments are hardly considered snide, more like an awakening.
90% of this thread happened months after the original poster had asked the question anyway. So who cares? He probably never saw any of it as he didn't even reply back. If you consider "paint comes from a store" a 'fiendish' remark...well...I dont think we can help you.
ben62670 wrote: »
Oh yeah another wiener.
ahardy17 wrote: »
who, me?? ...i'm flattered ben, do you think i should chill out before i end up being referred to as just another annoying newbie? i mean i suppose i could...try...
shack wrote: »
I thought I had found a source for some black paint and I was going to share it with the forum...but alas...I discovered it was just charcoal grey. I'll keep looking.
66chevyIISS wrote: »
can you get carbon fiber in a spray can?
Thank God for different opinions. Imagine the world if we all wanted the same woman
inspiredsports wrote: »
When a newb post this kind of BS, "left click" over his name and select "Find More Posts By masterpp"
Click the link and look at some of the posts before assuming it is a legitimate question.
This guy is up to something NOT Polk related. And a name like "masterpp", c'mon!
ben62670 wrote: »
I like the air hole thread more.
comfortablycurt wrote: »
Agreed. That thread needs to resurface.:p
Trunkmonkee wrote: »
Oven/BBQ black paint from Lowes... it has a higher temperature rating than engine enamel and stays on better. Oh, and it's cheaper.
What's that? You don't care about performance? You only care about looks? You only want brand name black paint?
OK... I think there is some black paint called "Monster Black," or you might try its competitor, BOSEBlac.