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Old 01-04-2015, 07:32 PM   #4
wrndln
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Default Re: Slip Plate/Dry Moly Application

When I apply John Deere Slip Plate, I only do the bottom sides and you can easily paint the under side and it will never show. If you paint the top side, you have to be careful for where you stop or it will show. If you don't care if the gray stuff shows, which I do care, you can paint the entire top of the leaves. BTW, I paint the slip plate on sandblasted leaves, not painted and then paint the assembled spring. Paint wont do any good anyway as it will rub off and get in the slip plate, which doesn't help.
Rusty Nelson
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