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Top Coating Jointed Crankbaits

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I was thinking about buying some crankbait blanks from predator bass baits and was wondering how hard it is to paint and topcoat in the segments of the baits he sells like the jackal crank. I'm fearing that etex might be too thick for that tight of a joint. Hopefully someone has experience they would share. Joe

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I was thinking about buying some crankbait blanks from predator bass baits and was wondering how hard it is to paint and topcoat in the segments of the baits he sells like the jackal crank. I'm fearing that etex might be too thick for that tight of a joint. Hopefully someone has experience they would share. Joe

Spray it with a solvent based Topcoat/Clearcoat. Its not very difficult. You just have to get away from the epoxy for this type of bait.

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Spray it with a solvent based Topcoat/Clearcoat. Its not very difficult. You just have to get away from the epoxy for this type of bait.

I've been wondering about the same question........can anyone recommend a good topcoat that comes in a spray version ????

Mark

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