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VHT Spray paint

Postby tom84std » Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:33 pm

I built a bike inside my kitchen last winter. Shortly thereafter I managed to totally wreck it on a busy expressway in heavy traffic. I spent a month in the hospital being reassembled into a human, and my bike found itself in my Daughter's back yard totally disassembled. I came home and returned my bike back home as well but somewhat bent, big dent in the tank, and the chrome scrapped off the mini Dunstalls. I removed the chrome from the Dunstalls tonight and bought a high temp flat black. Removed the virtually untouched rear section reverse cone tips, Sanded the chrome off the Dunstalls, prepaired them with high temp flat. My big question tonight is.
Are women really worth all the trouble??

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Postby seabeechief » Sat Nov 03, 2012 7:51 pm

Yes! And, no!

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Postby maestro319 » Sat Nov 03, 2012 10:42 pm

Don't know 'bout other women, but my wife of 37 years sure is.

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Postby wjnfirearms » Sun Nov 04, 2012 8:47 am

Mine is also. She never got upset about me buying the Wing and there was no prior discussion. She just knew my son and I were going to look at it.

The pipes on the KZ were looking pretty, well, crappy. Money for new pipes just wasn't happening. We sell VHT paints and I took a chance on the header black to basically cover up the poor looking chrome. I have to say it did quite a good job and was pretty easy to use. The Kawasaki looks real good with flat black pipes. So far, it is holding up pretty well, no peeling or anything else. I like their product.

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