new parts for the blaster

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  1. bansheedave

    bansheedave Active Member

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    just need plastic and the hard parts stripped, powder coated and polished.
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    gonna look nice,do green frame and black plastics
     
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    doing white frame and suspension, green accents, black plastics
     
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    no not white lol
     
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    Yup, white
     
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    Why not white?
     
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    I like that seat cover.. Looks well made.. Where you get it?
     
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    I personally like white frames. They look nice immediately after painting and assembly.
     
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    unless you touch it... or ride it.... or let it sit....
     
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    I painted my kx frame white. Stayed looking nice for a long time till the frame cracked. Paint chipped but in all it looked good.
     
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    20141230_163048.jpg Seat is covered
     
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    I was very tempted to do a white frame. the seat you covered looks real good man. Did you go over the old cover or take old one off and re do? also how did you staple it?
     
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    I took the old cover off and re stapled the whole thing.
     
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    Well, here it is installed on the blaster. Now picture a white frame and black plastics with green trim. 20150101_190259.jpg
     
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    Nice! Is that the skid plate I see?
     
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    Yes it is. I dropped it to get my pipe off. I can't bolt it on completely until the motor is out. Can't get the clamps under it with the motor in there.
     
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    Did it fit with the front bumper on?
     
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    I does. It's a tight fit
     
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    Awesome I'm glad it worked out.
     

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