Shelgin Master

May 5, 2014
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How did you do get that effect?


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Spray painted it flat black then laided some material on top of it. Then sprayed a clear coat on over it then pulled the material off of it. Material was just kinda like a netting type of stuff, it was coolest one I could find at the craft store. Everything else was flowers haha
 
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I watched a powerblock episode where the did that but just cleared stripes. It was a ford ranger with a coyote block. Cool technic.


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Also mounted up the front fender and added a light and changed up the seat. What do you guys think? I also added the dropstand, I picked up some hardware from Home Depot to connect it to the frame. I feel like it's too loose though. Anybody have any ideas? I'm just using washers and cotter pin and bolt right now



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Looking good!
I have never worked with dropstands before, but maybe put a small spring on there under the washers? Maybe even a teflon washer between the stand and the frame.
I went with Luke's suggestion, nylock nut and bolt with a couple washers. Worked great.
 
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