Brake Caliper Paint
Customizing brake calipers is a whole lot easier with a Duplicolor Brake Caliper Paint Kit. You can brush on color with the DupliColor Caliper Paint Kit. The complete kit includes everything you need to add color and style to your brake calipers. Available in five colors. Duplicolor Brake Caliper Paint goes on with a brush, so there's no need to remove the calipers before painting. Just mask with tape and brush on color. Everything you need is included; Caliper Cleaner, stir stick, paint brush, masking tape and complete instruction book. The Brake Caliper Paint features Ceramic Resins for maximum heat dissipation. It won't blister, flake, crack or peel. Brake caliper paints are also now available in a 12oz. Aerosol can for easy use. !
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