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    Painting E Track

    The only thing I can get local is that nasty green e track. Has anyone painted thiers before installation and if so what did you use? I wondering on kind of paint, durability, and if you sanded/sand blasted prior to painting.

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Chrome 'em!

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    Blech....hold out for the galvanized...you'll be happier....

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by sheepofblue
    ..... Has anyone painted thiers before installation and if so what did you use? I wondering on kind of paint, durability, and if you sanded/sand blasted prior to painting.

    Thanks
    Why don't you just use steel wool?

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    Re: Painting E Track

    No matter what color you paint them, your going to get chipping with use. If you really don't like the color, than get them powdercoated..

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    Well you guys are help so I think I will go do some RC meditation

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by sheepofblue
    Well you guys are help so I think I will go do some RC meditation
    Polish them out. I would start with 200 grit, then go to 220, 400, 600, 1200 before breaking out the Nevr Dull and Mothers Mag polish . . .

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by abtech
    Polish them out. I would start with 200 grit, then go to 220, 400, 600, 1200 before breaking out the Nevr Dull and Mothers Mag polish . . .
    But chroming them will make them stronger...
    Last edited by Pete; 05-10-2005 at 10:06 AM.

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by Pete
    But chroming them will make them stronger...
    Only if you chrome the mounting screws at the same time . . .

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    Baaaa....I'll make you a billet SS set for around $20-30K....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baketech
    Baaaa....I'll make you a billet SS set for around $20-30K....
    Overpriced I found some aluminum ones here

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    Aluminummm...I thought you had an RC51...

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by Baketech
    Aluminummm...I thought you had an RC51...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baketech
    Aluminummm...I thought you had an RC51...
    They don't make it in gold to match the premium bike

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    Titanium, surely?

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    Cancel McMaster Carr has grey powder coat and galvanized so they are getting $$

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    Galvanized is the schizz....

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    Re: Painting E Track

    I made mine out of unobtainium. Light, strong, can anodize any color you want.

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    Re: Painting E Track

    Quote Originally Posted by tigerblade
    I made mine out of unobtainium. Light, strong, can anodize any color you want.
    Kinda like your spine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerblade
    I made mine out of unobtainium. Light, strong, can anodize any color you want.
    Just don't use administratium

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