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Re: Paint Finish Textured - What Happened? Need some Help
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Basically.....most of the cast iron came out pretty well....it seems a little dull for the finish, but smoothed out nice. The sheetmetal is where I had the most trouble.
I did wet sand the gas tank (with original paint and no primer) just so it would "match" the rest of the sheetmetal. Like I said earlier, I'm no professional, but I "thought" that would help.
The fenders were not wet sanded however were cleaned up with some 220 sandpaper.
The fenders, gas tank, hood, and front cowl/grille all came out like you see in the pictures of the gas tank, etc.
This post was edited by RTR at 07:00:59 09/24/13.
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