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    Bodysmith paint?

    I have a Bodysmith (by Parabody) 2 tier dumbbell rack that I'd like to repaint. It is a grey/green color. It is a little bit greener in color than the Rustoleum Hammertone Grey that I was planning on using.

    I'd like to find a can of the original paint, or learn what someone else may have used to match this color.



    I added the plastic tube caps myself. They were not original.
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    I'm only ecto on the outside
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    This would have been powdercoated, not painted. Your best bet would be to take a piece to the paint store and get it color matched.
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