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Thoughts on this idea?

3/25/2014 10:19 AM

Hammertone Raw Aluminum, basically raw a part out and how it would happen put a kind of texture into it, and maybe a slight tint. I think if done right it could look pretty good. To give a better idea, here are some pics to kind of show what I am thinking of. ALSO another thing would be trying to make it cost efficient if there would be any issues with that.




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3/25/2014 10:35 AM

Theres already a frame like that, i think its the verde Oxbridge

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3/25/2014 10:36 AM

There also a paint thats supposed to give that effect not sure how well it works though

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3/25/2014 10:38 AM

That is like a black and silver though. I was talking about a raw aluminum with that kind of texture.

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Can you backflip?
What part is that?
How do you barspin?
Is my bike too heavy?
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3/25/2014 10:52 AM

James_Letten17 wrote: That is like a black and silver though. I was talking about a raw aluminum with that kind of texture.

Why aluminum? For sprockets and stems?

Why not steel, frames etc.

but Rustoleum has a "Hammered" finish paint that "does that" in a can.

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3/25/2014 10:58 AM

i saw a spray can that does that kind of effect. I also don't dig it.

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3/25/2014 11:57 AM

didn't fiend do that?

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3/25/2014 12:24 PM

That looks similar to the verde oxbridge frame.

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3/25/2014 1:27 PM

fiend morrow frame and fiend embryo fork have that colour

3/26/2014 6:36 AM

James_Letten17 wrote: That is like a black and silver though. I was talking about a raw aluminum with that kind of texture.

dave lawrence wrote: Why aluminum? For sprockets and stems?

Why not steel, frames etc.

but Rustoleum has a "Hammered" finish paint that "does that" in a can.

i had a sunday funday that i put this on but it was gold. the paint is shit to work with if you dont have the right room temp. i used it in like -20 temperatures so the paint mostly bubbled, i sanded it down and re did it the next day in a heated shop and it turned out pretty good. overall a good, easy, and its only twice the price of regular spray paint haha!

3/26/2014 6:37 AM

that second photo was probably painted with rustoleum haha

3/26/2014 8:03 AM

Guy who used to post of mfbs did a hammered finish to a redneck stem looked good. He just used a hammer with a fine point and just whacked it a heap

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