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Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #15
lookin good man!

Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #16
Did you sand/scuff the rims before painting ?

IIRC, it only has to be clean. That's the beauty of the stuff, use it, go back to original, change color, back to original, never know it was on there. Tube vid of pulling off a car, factory shine underneath  I:I

Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #17
Yeah, I didn't scuff it.  I just cleaned them up good and sprayer it on.  Super simple and looks great.  Going riding tomorrow...so we'll see how she holds up!
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Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #18
That bike looks like a completely different bike than I seen you riding. Great job on it bro, it looks friggin purdy!

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Reply #19
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That bike looks like a completely different bike than I seen you riding. Great job on it bro, it looks friggin purdy!
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Haha, thanks man. 

You ever get that 90 fixed?
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Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #20
Haha, thanks man. 

You ever get that 90 fixed?

No, it's the stator. Ain't had the money yet from switching jobs

Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #21
That looks great DJ. 
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Re: Time for the wheels

Reply #22
That looks great DJ.

Thanks man.  I've been surprised you haven't been chiming in about the Zook!  But yeah, it looks good so far, we will see how it holds up.
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