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How to paint your motorcycle (steel tank)


thejunkman

Here is how you can get a near professional looking paint job on your motorcycle tank or frame with not a log of money and a little hard work. The devil is in the details and the prep. Check out this video for the whole procedure and some tips on how to do it at home without expensive tools.



Check out this LINK for more pictures of the procedure.

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