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What? We were just talking about those valve covers. :)

 

Oooooh...gotcha. Yeah those are off a boat we did for a customer. They do not have any sort of clear on them.

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I don't think they're talking about valve covers either :)

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I don't think they're talking about valve covers either :)

 

I give up then...lol. It's been a long day...beer time in an hour! :4t0uiu:

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I like boats!

 

Especially "Motorboats". ;)

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I like boats!

 

Especially "Motorboats". ;)

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Hey Crash now I see how you managed to run up your post count in only 3 years! Damn I have to try to do that! LOL

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I like boats too, jus sayin'. And the Valve covers... :hidecouch:

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I should give you my seat cowl, fly screen, and front gas tank cowl to carbon fiber dip.

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From what I understand, I could just paint over the coating should I ever decide to repaint the tank cowl the stock color.

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From what I understand, I could just paint over the coating should I ever decide to repaint the tank cowl the stock color.

 

No unfortunately you wont be able to just paint over the clear coat on a finished project (the paint wont adhere). Typically depending on what the material is, we normally sand blast it and start from bare metal on a tank for example. :)

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I know it wouldn't stick as is but is there a reason I couldn't sand the clear to scuff it up and paint over it? I guess what I'm asking is would it be the same as painting over any clear coated surface?

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I know it wouldn't stick as is but is there a reason I couldn't sand the clear to scuff it up and paint over it? I guess what I'm asking is would it be the same as painting over any clear coated surface?

 

Not really sure on this. We always start fresh! :)

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Wow - hey did you ask the owner (how much for the girls)? JK - well sort of!

 

OMG I'm dumb, finally got what you guys were talking about. LOL!

 

Girls come with any project of $5,000+ or more. Talked to the owner....ME (hahah).

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Hey am I number 1?

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