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Line-X Question

I have a set of chrome KC Daylighters. I got them used and they were painted black, but the paint was peeling so I was thinking about getting them Line-X'ed.

Will the Line-X stick to the chrome lights?

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it should stick to anything as long as its preped right... id go for it though beause if you get a lifetime warrenty, it wont matter if it doesnt stick to well...
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have fun getting anything to stick to chrome....but yeah they have a lifetime warranty to fall back on
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when i mailed them the paint wasnt peeling mike.
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have them sand blasted first
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have them sand blasted first
I wouldn't worry about it, line-x will have to do whatever prep work needed to get it to stick.

I would do it. It shouldn't cost too much.
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when i mailed them the paint wasnt peeling mike.
No problem, it wasn't to bad, just enough to give me an excuse to Line-X it or whatever.

I called the Line-X place in Murphy today and the guy said he could spray them and stuff for $25, I don't think that's to bad.
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For $25 for both that sounds like a good deal. since if u did it urself, it would prolly take u a couple hours plus material costs. I say go for it.

altho, I do have a word of caution... how hot does the housing get? we dont want the linex to melt, or start a fire.
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