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    For those of you wanting to paint your pads and vinyl parts

    I have seen a couple of post on here regarding painting bar pads etc. I was out in the shop the other day and found some products I used a while ago to paint on vinyl and carpet and figured you guys might want to check out the stuff offered here http://semproducts.com/?home=1 Everything from prep, to flexible primer to flexible coating. I painted on a seat cover with this stuff and it was like a permanent bond. No cracking, flaking or anything. You can get these various products from several retailers on the internet. Cheers...

    P.S I meant Vinyl in the thread title not vynil....


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    vynil fixed..Kind-of sounds like a disease?

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    That's some nasty stuff that might give you one lol... Thanks for the fix!

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    I've used Colorbond #268 purple on handle bar pads of my 96 slt 780's it's a dye that penetrates the vinyl.
    Summit racing sells it. http://www.summitracing.com/parts/CBD-268/
    It still looks like new after 3 years.
    The mfg site is http://www.bryndana.com/

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