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    leadbelly
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    Default First attempt at rattle Killing a lace design.

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    Not the greatest, funny that the pin striping and lace was the easiest part. Laying the paint is the hard part. Had some spiderwebs form and lightning bolts.
    Used etching primer on the aluminum fender, Silver flake Rustoleum stuff, Duplicolor red metalcast, flat black rustoleum, and a crappy clear coat for wheels by duplicolor.
    Just stuff lying around in the shop. and 1/8th 3m pin tape. Gonna practice over the winter and get a tank and fender set to match.

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    Wet sand and buff it be titties Bro.

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    Thanks Link. I will definitely wet sand in between steps next time.

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    Interesting metal work going on here. Hopefully you can post up what I assume is a matching tank scheme too. Curious what it looks like.

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    Im digging that fender. paint looks pretty good for rattle can. metal work looks awesome. definitely different

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    Looks good to me I can only hope mine turns out half as good as yours

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