BEN'S FIFTY FIVE

Discussion in 'RR KID BIKE BUILD OFF' started by ej599, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. Markm

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    Beautiful!!!
    :D :D :D
     
  2. Hooch

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    that bike is perfectly awesome!
     
  3. KOTA

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    Beautiful, absolutely beautiful!
     
  4. gravediggerjason

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    dang! :shock:
     
  5. Anonymous

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    Mega Nice!

    Bens gonna have the coolest bike in the neighborhood
     
  6. ej599

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    Just a tease.
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  7. xddorox

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    Excellent work, that paint job is awesome!
     
  8. TheFlyingDingo

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    Want to let meknow what kind of paint that is? because I LOVE
     
  9. ej599

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    Thanks all. Rustoleum metal flake.
     
  10. TheFlyingDingo

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    Did it come in orange?
     
  11. ej599

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    I went to rustoleum's web site and didn't see any. They have a few cool colors on line that I haven't seen in stores. Check that site out. The trick to that stuff is to make sure you don't hold the can too close. Otherwise the force of the presurized liquid paint coming out of the can blasts the metal flakes around. You want it to almost just fall down on what your painting, like snow, especially your last coats. I find I use a little more of the metallic than I would using normal paint. So buy enough. :mrgreen:
    Oh yeah, don't forget the clear coat!
     

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