Re: my front brake rotor removal technique, in vid
blasted brakes were frightening before, high speed stops resulted in much vibration.
brush, por-15 is wonderful paint. Seems to self-level no matter what you do. Problem is, once you open the can you can expect the leftover amount to harden-up. I bought a quart and put it in small rubbermaid containers, but it still dried halfway through after 3 weeks or so. Had to crack the top layer to expose the fresh paint.
I'm pretty religious about the metal-prep phosphate pre-treatment, neutralizes the rust b4 you paint. Mind you, I did not soak the caliper, because of the rubber. First I degreased and scrubbed. Then I just hit it a couple times with the metal prep, somewhat avoiding the piston boots, let it sit a few minutes then rinsed clean.
'06 Wifemobile; Silver 5.7 GC; eibachs, bilsteins, addco bars, akebono, centrics, SRT8 rims on NItto 420's, chrome Moduflex 17s running Hakkapeliitta SUV5 studdeds in winter