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Old 01-03-2004, 09:30 AM
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Thank You Big B for the personalized forum. Mike and I look forward to answering questions and offering our expertise any way we can. We also like to have fun, so.... take off your tie in this forum!
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I was going to do a little intro for you guys, but you beat me. I got so tired last night, I got the forum set up but just couldn't stay awake any longer.

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Hey guy's, I'm a big fan of your stuff. Anyway, I am going to get my feet wet in the painting arena by painting my Honda cr 250 dirtbike. I know that is probably child's play to you guy's, but if I am able to do a good job on this project, I will consider painting my War Eagle chopper. Do you have any advice you can give a beginning painter that will help in making my first paint job look halfway decent. I am planning on painting a pretty basic flame job, and was just wanting to know if there is anything major that I should pay attention to in order to keep the project looking cool. Thanks in advance for the advice. kwasham
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Sollis - Thank you for the kind words! We are certainly striving to be the best we can be in a very competitive market. We concentrate on making sure that every client we deal with is completely satisfied.

kwasham - Welcome to the wonderful world of custom paint! ha... It certainly makes sense to start out on something small for your first project. One of the best things you can do for yourself is to use quality products and a quality airbrush. I am sure that Mike would have a few more pointers for you, however he is in Pomona for the weekend. I didnt want you to feel that your questions had not been address. I will post more once Mike is back in the office.

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Sollis - Thank you for the kind words! We are certainly striving to be the best we can be in a very competitive market. We concentrate on making sure that every client we deal with is completely satisfied.

kwasham - Welcome to the wonderful world of custom paint! ha... It certainly makes sense to start out on something small for your first project. One of the best things you can do for yourself is to use quality products and a quality airbrush. I am sure that Mike would have a few more pointers for you, however he is in Pomona for the weekend. I didnt want you to feel that your questions had not been address. I will post more once Mike is back in the office.

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i think i spoke to you in Sturgis this summer you working on that crazy paint job on gas tank .
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Yeah.. this place is a real find. I cant believe how much it has grown over just the last month.

I am looking forward to the correspondence.
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hey Head Roller i know you guys friends with air legend suspension , that flat black bike with super low drop seat frame , who makes this frames ? i think you guys did pint straiping on that bike , i see that bike in Sturgis

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That is Jesse's (Jurrens) new Low Life Frame. It is a sweet sweet thing. Super long and low. Very narrow frame allows you to still corner. Air Ride sits up flush with the bottom of the frame so you can really ride it low. It has a stretch in the primary as well.

Independent is currently selling them as a kit that includes the frame, swingarm, primary backing plate, forward or mid controls, custom oil bag and a Legend Air Ride.

These frames are really hot right now... Jesse offered them to several builders in Sturgis and you will start seeing some radical build outs hit the industry. Kendall Johnson's Easyriders Tour bike is built on one and !!!INSIDER INFO!!! there is a high profile builder that will announce a limited edition series built on these frames.
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