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must be a football game on tonite!

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Chuck Machinist

02-03-2013 17:40:47

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I decided to remove the flamb red from rims ,and if they come up bare metal,we will proceed with Argent silver and a clear coat for paint preservation. Dont send a hit squad if there is a difference of opinion, but i am open for others final thoughts before proceeding on the big 400. I do not reckaleck the primer that helps in softening the final finish. Here is what I am looking to get for the final product.

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02-03-2013 20:20:20

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 Re: must be a football game on tonite! in reply to Chuck Machinist, 02-03-2013 17:40:47  
Prime the wheels with a darker primer, it gives more depth to the final finish,IMHO.

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02-03-2013 19:23:58

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 Re: must be a football game on tonite! in reply to Chuck Machinist, 02-03-2013 17:40:47  
It looks really nice. I love it!

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02-03-2013 18:54:14

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 Re: must be a football game on tonite! in reply to Chuck Machinist, 02-03-2013 17:40:47  
Chuck,I really think it looks sharp and like a new one,nice to see it

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