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On a scale of 1-10, how durable is this stuff? I'm assuming there's no heat resistance to it at all, but what about for blinker housings, forks, wheels...

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On a scale of 1-10, how durable is this stuff? I'm assuming there's no heat resistance to it at all, but what about for blinker housings, forks, wheels...

Wade
I can tell you first hand that this product is rock solid.
I already did my front rim and will be doing my back rim on the next rear tire change out. I'm also thinking about doing the lower forks soon.
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Did my lower forks, floor boards, shift linkage, controls, and horn 2 months ago and still looking great. I'm shocked since I wash my bike once a week and ride everyday.

Be warned.....it gets addicting.
 

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I did the wheels on my lifted Suburban and they've held up for about a year...did a couple coats...at least one is ready to redo. And I did the chrome grill on my Audi about a year ago....it's ready to redo as well. It won't last forever but it's durable enough to satisfy me considering the cost and ease of use.
 

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Looks good, what's holding the chapstick?
 
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Horn Cover


And whatever the hell this thing is! It needs to be redone though, the screw messed up the cover, so I'll get a black washer for the next go round.
 

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Let us know how the saddle bag supports hold up to the heat near your exhaust, also you could easily just fix that spot the screw messed up and spray over it.

 

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According to DipYourCar the dip should hold with no issues in regard to the heat. As for that little cover that got torn, it's so small, I'm just gonna redo it.
 

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According to DipYourCar the dip should hold with no issues in regard to the heat. As for that little cover that got torn, it's so small, I'm just gonna redo it.
So, could I put it on engine parts?
 
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