To much-spraypaint-wbo

Discussion in 'CLASS 2 - WINTER BUILD JOURNALS 2019' started by Tyler Renner, Oct 7, 2019.

  1. Tyler Renner

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    I'm a new guy first build off I found it on Facebook for free it's a 1967 Murray with a lot of spray paint on it IMG_20191007_220256566.jpg IMG_20191007_220406679.jpg IMG_20191007_223547730.jpg IMG_20191007_225110162.jpg IMG_20191007_225944369.jpg thanks for letting me join
     
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  2. dropstep

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    A second Murray being built in my basement. Good luck :bigsmile:
     
  3. OddJob

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    Welcome aboard Tyler! These build offs are a ton of fun, and we learn from each other and steal ideas along the way.

    You've got a great candidate for your build!
    RaT oN~!
     
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  4. MattiThundrrr

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    "too much spray paint" is a good starting point. With a little scuffing, you get "RAT-tina"
     
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  5. Tyler Renner

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    Started to take all the paint off its looking good so far IMG_20191009_163820875.jpg
     
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  6. OddJob

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    What are you using for your paint removal process? Share some of your tips, and photos.:thumbsup:
     
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  7. Tyler Renner

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    Just a wire wheel on the main parts then I'm going to use sandpaper to finish spot's I can't get with a wire wheel
     
  8. Tyler Renner

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    Just a mock-up what do you guys think so far IMG_20191018_194057844.jpg IMG_20191018_194923639.jpg
     
  9. OddJob

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    I like the tire choices!
     
  10. dropstep

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    My 2 cents you already know, but finish stripping the paint you slacker
     
  11. MattiThundrrr

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    I disagree. Put some clearcoat on it and done! I like the gold crown on the fork, the colors remind me of a bare brazed frame.
     
  12. Tyler Renner

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    Finish taking off all of the paint and primer today ready for color in the morning IMG_20191019_181607889.jpg IMG_20191019_181619485.jpg IMG_20191019_181622673.jpg 46650.jpeg 46651.jpeg
     

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    Keep up the good work!
     
  14. Tyler Renner

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    Started to put it back together I got it painted yesterday and clear coated IMG_20191021_090606257.jpg
     
  15. OddJob

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    Dig the paint! Orange is a great muscle bike color. Stance looks good.
     
  16. Tyler Renner

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    Got my chain Gard primered and painted IMG_20191025_152028766.jpg
     
  17. Tyler Renner

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    IMG_20191205_144340740.jpg IMG_20191205_143126325.jpg IMG_20191205_141857501.jpg IMG_20191205_141848628.jpg IMG_20191205_141715987.jpg finished it now I got to pick what one I like the most
     

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  18. OddJob

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    I like the 3rd one from the top. Get a nice view of the bike and handlebars and background. Bike looks like it's ready to "Go!".
     
  19. Brian macumber

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    What he ^^ said
     
  20. Indyjps

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    I like the build, good job bringing it back.
    Whats your sprocket tooth count on front and rear, looks like maybe a 36 on front and 16 rear, going to be very "spinny" even for a kid.
     

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