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« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2014, 01:59:38 PM »

The factory used something with a fairly large nozzle as what was applied was quite viscous allowing a heavy build without too much sagging.
The inside of the quarters in the trunk have approx 3/16-1/4" build which can not be achieved using a spray can or even a schultz gun.

I bought a textured ceiling gun, with 3 different sized nozzles, to try to get a suitable build, haven't tried it yet, may be nothing but a mess.
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