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Old 21 January 2006, 03:33   #1
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Paint for outboard hangers...

........if that's what they're called ! You know, on ones SIB there are two plates on the transom - front and rear - made of steel on which one afixed the O/B. On my Yam the plates are grey - anyone know if there is a spercific paint for th job or should I just pop to halfords ?

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Old 21 January 2006, 03:46   #2
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They're likely to be made of Aluminium. To do a proper job you really need to take 'em off, bead blast and etch prime.... so without that whatever you do will be a compromise. I believe Halfords do quite a range. Just pick a "hammerite" ish paint.. and put up with the fact that it'll not be ever lasting.... There... is that "geek" enough for ya?

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Old 21 January 2006, 07:37   #3
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Has to be hammerite ish cos Hammerite doesn't stick well to aluminium. It says on the tin.

I'd just give it a good wire brushing and leave it at that. You're going to burst throught he paint anyway as soon as you mount the motor.
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