hells yes, fred!keep up the good work!
wow! I have been looking pretty much everyday for a new post and nothing. All of a sudden, you have so much that I could hardly take it in. I think that you have great creativity and hope that you can share it a little more frequently. Thanks, Wil
What is sprayed on the headtube and then later taken off? Is that primer? Also, what is the reason of doing so? I love the lines. Wil
Hi Wil-You are correct, it is just primer. sometimes I will spray primer on a joint/junction because it reveals flaws and uneven places in my finish work. When the frame goes to paint, primer or anything else on the metal is readily stripped off, as Keith scrubs every frame with etching compound, which leaves the surface completely "raw" and uncontaminated - ready for a REAL coat of primer.Fred
I dig the wall o' grinders.
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