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« on: June 03, 2006, 10:45:43 PM »

Since I couldn't think of anything more productive to do tonight,,, well actually I was at Autozone getting some brake cleaner (man I need to buy some stock in these companies), I came across this wierd paint that caught my eye... I read thru the back of it, sounded cool and the manager there knows me and woundered how it would turn out also so he told me just to take it and let him know how it turns out. It is a light changing paint in a can... Tom Bryant pay attention... Since the bodywork is already getting a new paint job this year and looked around for something to paint I thought the front forks needed an update... Here are the pictures... The paint changes color from the light it receives, this was a red/blue combination. It is a three step process.
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« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2006, 12:22:36 PM »

in a rattle can? I remember when "chameleon" hit the aftermarket crowds. it was big bucks a pint back then. still not cheap. but to do those kinds of parts, it looks terrific.
can you clear them somehow to keep the dings to a minimum?

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