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post #1 of 9 Old 01-22-2010, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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did anyone paint/powder coat forks? Let's see some pics

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post #2 of 9 Old 01-23-2010, 01:52 AM
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I have never done it. I soon will be painting my wifes' forks black. Just the lowers of course.

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post #3 of 9 Old 01-23-2010, 05:11 AM
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Brev's powder coating teaser

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thanks for that link. that does look sweet

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i was thinkin about getting the bottoms powdercoated back and the having the top DLC or whatever its called black, so the whole fork will be black

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i was thinkin about getting the bottoms powdercoated back and the having the top DLC or whatever its called black, so the whole fork will be black
hey hornet919, are you riding today? looks beautiful outside, should go up to ~45F

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well, im at work til 12. today i had the pcIII, pair block offs, and a plate light install scheduled. 45 is decent garage weather what part of jersey you from again?

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well, im at work till 12. today i had the pcIII, pair block offs, and a plate light install scheduled. 45 is decent garage weather what part of jersey you from again?
PM'd you. I have some plans for 919 too, f4i forks with traxxion springs, new fender, rear 07 shock, powder coat some things, new tires. I'm going to wait till February, it's too nice out to have 919 apart.

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PM'd you. I have some plans for 919 too, f4i forks with traxxion springs, new fender, rear 07 shock, powder coat some things, new tires. I'm going to wait till February, it's too nice out to have 919 apart.
well. . . . . i am plannin on a new rear shock, hopefully before spring time. my 07 shock with 1000 mi on it will be available

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