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Hey guys, I have no painting experience but I think this might work. If your rubber is still soft enough to pry up a little, could you just pull it up and shove a small diameter rope or thick fishing line under the seal? This would allow you to tape off easily and be able to get some paint under the rubber. When its dry, pull the line out and the seal comes down on the new paint. This should also eliminate any paint pealing problems too. What do you think?
Yep, I did pigwald by myself...however...a big however...I did it a my friends shop with all the right toys/tools to play with...including a spray booth and under his watchful eye. I'm no rookie at painting ...but I am also far from the master.
MJM ...were you at CMCC ? ? I had pigwald there for parking lot duty and leading the pavement only crawling tour