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Old 07-01-06, 01:47PM   #1
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Talking Repainting the Flares!

Last summer we had a poll for you guys to guess whether Me or MaryAnn would get our rock chipped rear fender flares repainted first. Well, for those of you who guessed that I would, YOU WIN! I am repainting them right this minute. Coat numba 4 going on in a bit! Pics coming soon! :ax
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Old 07-01-06, 01:58PM   #2
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Old 07-01-06, 02:28PM   #3
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Here they are. Nice and shiny like my hiney!

They still need to be color sanded and polished to a high luster, but they look good without it.

BTW, I think that cat is about to spray off my wheel for me. lol!
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Old 07-01-06, 02:57PM   #4
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you see that only happens when you drive it. you should tow it around on a trailer Mike, I hear that keeps them from chiping, probably why you won
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Old 07-01-06, 04:03PM   #5
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Last summer we had a poll for you guys to guess whether Me or MaryAnn would get our rock chipped rear fender flares repainted first. Well, for those of you who guessed that I would, YOU WIN! I am repainting them right this minute. Coat numba 4 going on in a bit! Pics coming soon! :ax
who ******* cares!!!
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Old 07-01-06, 04:09PM   #6
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Cat piss is some powerfull stuff. You could bottle it and use it as chrome remover.
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Old 07-01-06, 04:26PM   #7
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damn those wheels r dirty
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who ******* cares!!!
My sentiments exactly.
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Old 07-01-06, 08:21PM   #9
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Of course you don't care, Chippy!
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Old 07-01-06, 09:40PM   #10
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lookin good!
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Old 07-02-06, 12:19PM   #11
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Took me about an hour to do them both. I painted them on the car. Just taped up everything, sanded, re-taped, and sprayed them using one of those small touch up guns. I'll color sand and polish them to a brilliant luster later this week, even though as you can see by the reflection of the gravel on them, they alreay shine very nice. Then I'll use my new Mothers Powerball to clean any cat piss off my wheels. lol!
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