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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 08:35 PM Thread Starter
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Selling some stuff

Hope have all been well.

My eyes were bigger than my stomach a few years ago when I started buying up a bunch of parts for eventual customizing. That never happened. Guns and Jeeps take too much time.

I'm selling:

Main seat and passenger seat-decent shape.

Boulevard windshield w/ bracket

Rifle windshield

Front and rear wheel-front wheel mostly ground down for chroming

Fury sissy bar with pad-like new

Two sizes of bags-never mounted

Tank, front and rear fenders. Are sanded and ready to prime and paint

Rear fender has holes for stock sissy bar.

2 x chrome air cleaner covers

Looking for fair offers. Somewhere in the 1/2 of retail range.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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More pics of for sale

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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-16-2019, 12:38 PM
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Man I've not professionally painted anything but I've always wanted to learn...some of these would be perfect to start on....
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I professionally paint with the high end equipment and a home made booth.

On stuff this size it's easy to get a similar result with a rattle can with good paint at an auto paint store and the clear coat one time use cans.

A few coats of phase one color then 5 coats of clear applied every 10 mins. Let sit for a few days then start wet sanding out the orange peel. Bring the gloss back with compounds. It will look better than factory jobs.

Painting takes 2 hours. Sanding and finishing takes 10 (all 3 tins).
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I professionally paint with the high end equipment and a home made booth.

On stuff this size it's easy to get a similar result with a rattle can with good paint at an auto paint store and the clear coat one time use cans.

A few coats of phase one color then 5 coats of clear applied every 10 mins. Let sit for a few days then start wet sanding out the orange peel. Bring the gloss back with compounds. It will look better than factory jobs.

Painting takes 2 hours. Sanding and finishing takes 10 (all 3 tins).
Yup it's all in the prep. I've had great results on the covers with the rattle can, I don't have a bad hand at all, I'd just like it to me car-like professional quality if I ever decide to do the tank and fenders. 2-part clear for me if I'm going the distance
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I professionally paint with the high end equipment and a home made booth.

On stuff this size it's easy to get a similar result with a rattle can with good paint at an auto paint store and the clear coat one time use cans.

A few coats of phase one color then 5 coats of clear applied every 10 mins. Let sit for a few days then start wet sanding out the orange peel. Bring the gloss back with compounds. It will look better than factory jobs.

Painting takes 2 hours. Sanding and finishing takes 10 (all 3 tins).
Any chance you'd be willing to paint the fenders and tank prior to shipment for some extra dough?
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What color? Please say black.
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Main seat

How much for the main seat?
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