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Thread: GMC Sonoma - 1020TSV and Billet A/C Vents

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    I would just shoot it with the SlickSand. Much easier to get a uniform coat that applying Rage. I would just use the Rage for any areas where you have large areas you want leveled. If you just want all the little holes/voids leveled out the SS should take care of it in a lot less time. Plus if will give you a more even base to start with.
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    bad news....

    during a trial fit of the xenarc touchscreen panel I accidently broke it.

    I was a bit shocked when I heard the crack, but I hoped for the best but much to my dismay the whole panel was shattered. Any one have any ideas as to how much a replacement will cost, or if replacements are even available for this monitor?

    Looks like things are going to be delayed quite a bit til the new panel arrives, so I can be sure everything fit's perfectly before it's primered.

    I'm ****ed right now...

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    you can find a direct replacement screen for $65 here. http://www.xenarcdirect.com/home.php...ction=0&page=2

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    The replacement screens you linked to are meant for Xenarc 7" LCD line, and they aren't meant as replacements for my 10.2 INCH 1020TSV.

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    opps sorry for some reason i thought you had the 7" screen

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    Ungrateful sob

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    Meh, It's primered.








    The few lines and waves you do see ( namel the one seam above the gauges are just light playing tricks on your eyes. I just got my camera back tonight, so I had to use the flash.

    Either way, I shot some slick sand at it, but the gun was spitting so I had to sand it down with some 320. It's smooth as hell now, and theres no visible sand scratches in it anywhere, but I'm still debating whther or not to wetsand it with 400 before laying down the pewter basecoat I have planned. Think I should bother wetsanding it if there are visible spots of rage xtreme?

    Oh well, think it's looking good? I'm a bit ****ed off that I broke the screen and won't have any money to pay for a replacement for quite a while, but I'll jsut suffer with a mouse and keyboard...

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    Are you going to shoot a layer of primer/sealer before the base coat?
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    Shooting a sealer isn't necessary with slicksand, is it?

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    i wanted to know the same thing

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