The main reason I was thinking of going with the duracoat is because it comes with the stripper and air brush and everything I'd need. I don't want to have to buy 3 or 4 different products to do one job when I can get them all in the kit for 50$. That Aluma-Hyde II looks awesome, I'll have to read into it.
Thanks for the info
Anybody else able to offer any advice?
I'm thinking I may just buy a re-blacking pen for temporary coverage until I decide on which way I want to go for the final finish. Since I should be getting my parts tomorrow or thursday and I won't be able to refinish it for a while.
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