Eastwood's Brake Gray

The right color gray to make your braking system look good again
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The right color gray to make your braking system look good again
There are traditional transport restorers who do not want to do the job over time. Those spray brake components - we have even seen complete brake lines - preferably silver-gray.

Finding the right color is often a problem. 'Silver gray' is not a face. It must be metallic gray ... An additional problem is that brake fluid dissolves the paint applied with such care and then it all looks like a mess again. Thank goodness you Auto Motor Klassiek reads, because on the other side of the North Sea, in Great Britain, we have found the so-called 'Brake Gray' in a spray can from supplier Eastwood! Brake fluid resistant and beautiful gray in color. This is partly due to the epoxy and the stainless steel pigment in it. Is therefore also rust resistant, the supplier said. From now on you can spray the master brake cylinder (but also the clutch!), Brake calipers, brake drums and so on. To order via

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