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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-25-2012, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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who paints bodywork in this area? For a reasonable price. Rattle can is also an option, but if the price is reasonable, someone else can do it

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CP has a guy and the price seems good for a solid color. Nothing will compare to rattle can price, so of quality isn't an issue, that's the way to go.

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Resurrection has a guy that does great work for a great price as well.

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Joe does good paint and bodywork. He just painted the bodywork on my 600RR. His prices are very reasonable.




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Yeah we can do it for sure and you will love it. Depending on the quality you are after and the price you want to pay, it may be too much if a rattle can is even an option. If you are looking for a higher quality option, hit me up.

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Joe does good paint and bodywork. He just painted the bodywork on my 600RR. His prices are very reasonable.



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Joe does good paint and bodywork. He just painted the bodywork on my 600RR. His prices are very reasonable.
You mind pm'ing me a roundabout cost of a single color job. I probably need to get my plastics repainted this winter. Thanks!
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You mind pm'ing me a roundabout cost of a single color job. I probably need to get my plastics repainted this winter. Thanks!
Do they have any damage? How many individual pieces? How many different colors?

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Do they have any damage? How many individual pieces? How many different colors?
One color, red. Very little damage on the superbike tail piece. Little bit of cracking from carrying my heavy ass. 3 pieces + small undertail.
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One color, red. Very little damage on the superbike tail piece. Little bit of cracking from carrying my heavy ass. 3 pieces + small undertail.
Race body work is typically more than 3 peices.

- Upper fairing peice
- Lower fairing peice
- Fender
- Tank
- Tail (this can be several peices) Is it a race tail? If so one peice.


Please specify for an accurate internet estimate. It matters.

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300 for labor plus materials. If you want to supply the materials you are more than welcome. Meaning, fiber glass, primer, paint and clear

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I have seen a few bikes Grasshopper's guy has painted. Really nice work, bikes and paint are a passion for him, and his work shows that.
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Race body work is typically more than 3 peices.

- Upper fairing peice
- Lower fairing peice
- Fender
- Tank
- Tail (this can be several peices) Is it a race tail? If so one peice.


Please specify for an accurate internet estimate. It matters.
Tank is already red and in good shape so I was going to keep it on there. Upper/Lower/Supersport tail + small undertail is what I need done.

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300 for labor plus materials. If you want to supply the materials you are more than welcome. Meaning, fiber glass, primer, paint and clear
Dayum that's a great price! Do I hit you up when its time?
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