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Custom hydrodipped mirrors currently on sale through May 15th.


Normally: $179.98

Sale Price: $119.98


Pictured below is our customer favorite "black carbon fiber" but we have over 1000 other designs to choose from. Designs not currently in-stock may be an additional cost. Feel free to email or call us (M-F 9AM-5:30 PM).


Phone: 1-866-234-3873



http://www.fusecoatings.com (located in Maryland Heights - Dorsett & 270)


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Can you do that to race fairings? How big can the object be?

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Can you do that to race fairings? How big can the object be?

 

You beat me to it. :)

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You beat me to it. :)

Cost and size are probably the limiting factors.

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Cost and size are probably the limiting factors.

 

Isn't that what it always comes down to.

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Isn't that what it always comes down to.

Probably still cheaper than getting the Dupont paint you are using and the time involved...etc.

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I shoulda just grabbed a few cans of rustoleum with as many times as I've had to fix those damn things. :)

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Can you do that to race fairings? How big can the object be?

 

Yes - we can dip as big as a car hood.

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Yes - we can dip as big as a car hood.

Sent you an email. Thanks.

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Well I'll be dipped in EBS!

I can think of some other things U could be "dipped" in.

:devil:

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I can think of some other things U could be "dipped" in.

:devil:

We don't allow sexual advances like these on this website :)

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We don't allow sexual advances like these on this website :)

I wasn't thinking of that one...

:rolling:

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I wasn't thinking of that one...

:rolling:

I couldn't let that one go.. Had to say it.

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Yes - we can dip as big as a car hood.

So I could bring in turn signals, mirrors and hand guards.

Have them redone in black, since both my KLR and Tiger are all roughed up.

ch

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So I could bring in turn signals, mirrors and hand guards.

Have them redone in black, since both my KLR and Tiger are all roughed up.

ch

 

Yeah we can do it all. Not a problem!

 

Shoot us a call or email. Turn around right now is 3-5 days or faster! :)

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Nothing cooler than getting your bike wrapped in skulls and/or naked chicks. :) Dog, that's you!!

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I like naked chicks... :4t0uiu:

 

or maybe naked chicks with flames...

 

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What is the durability with daily use? Is there no no's with it's care? Once done is there added needs to finish for it to last?

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Don't hold me to this, but after it's dipped they'll shoot it with a automotive clear coat.

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Don't hold me to this, but after it's dipped they'll shoot it with a automotive clear coat.

 

Thanks, correct! :)

 

We use automotive paint (base coat) and clear for the final product. Its just like car paint, if it chips on a car it will chip on this. That being said we can load up the clear as much as you want for an ultra glossy look (and durability).

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Just for grins...

 

Recent tank we did, this is a double dip (two different patterns) with pin stripping. Turned out great!

 

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my brain is thinking about something... look out...

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