How to Paint Rims Candy Paint & Real Flame
I custom painted this wheel in candy tangerie.and I drew the design of
"realistic flame" in the car using an air brush.These "Aero parts" drew a
marble pattern using plastic wrap.The sideview mirror drew a carbon design
with non-slip mat.
"custom paint & customize wheel"
Background Music : "Laidback Aphrodisiac"
featuring : Maurice White
Produce : LA Stylez
AUTO : Nissan Serena C25 (minivan)
Painter : Warriorz Japan (Mr K)
Material of paint : HOUSE OF KOLOR
KANDYS [candy red,candy tangerine,pagan gold]
MARBLIZER [Silver-White Marblizer]
KOLORCHANGE FLAKES [Fine rainbow flake]
Bailey Blade XTR Car Design | More fiberglass Fender work Time-Lapse version - Part 21
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In this video we Fuse the wheel well forms to the main body and extend the
fender edge about ½ inch. Once fenders are shaped and we add the side
vents back we will remove the forms and test fits wheels and tires again.
3M Panel Bonding
3M Panel Bonding
Installing quarter panels and repair panels with 3M panel bonding adhesive
How To Flare a Fender - Mustang - from Eastwood
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In this installment of R&D Corner, Mark shows how easy it was to flare a
first generation Ford Mustang Fender - and the tips and
techniques can be applied to any steel fender, regardless of make, model or
year. He cuts, grinds, welds and paints until the fender is finished and
Eastwood MIG Welder 135 Amp
Eastwood's own MIG 135 Welder: as good as the "name brands", but at a
fraction of the price!
As a home hobbyist or light fabricator, you don't need to spend more for a
"brand name" industrial MIG welder. Our R&D guys developed the Eastwood MIG
135 Welder from scratch to produce excellent bead quality and capabilities
that match—and even exceed—the more expensive competition!
Welds mild and stainless steel, 24-ga. to 1/4"
25-135-amp welding range
Powered by standard 120v household current
Compare to similar welders that sell for over $500
Backed by Eastwood's no-hassle return policy and 3-year warranty
Eastwood Concours HVLP Paint Spray Gun w/1.2 Tip
Concours HVLP Spray Gun with 1.2mm tip sprays-on a "show-car" finish...yet
it's powered by your home compressor with only 4 cfm @ 29 psi!
No need to buy an expensive pro paint gun when Eastwood's full-size HVLP
Concours Spray Gun has the same impressive features at a fraction of the
cost. And your home compressor provides all the air power you'll need (4
cfm @ 29 psi) to work with it.
Includes 1 stainless steel needle/nozzle/air cap (1.2mm)
Compatible with solvent and waterborne coatings
Anodized adjustment knobs and air cap ring
Backed by Eastwood's 10-year limited warranty
foam lance evo x
MTM hyrdo foam lance, you do not need to buy those expensive ones. This one
does the job at half the price.
Craftsman pressure washer 2700psi, 2.3gpm. soap is Maxi Suds II from
Fender Finisher from Eastwood - Roll Fenders With Ease!
Check it out here:
Fender Finisher® easily "rolls" front fender lips to increase tire
clearance without having to remove the wheel
Fender Finisher Tool "rolls" the sharp inner edge of the fender to produce
a rolled edge that will not interfere with the tire when suspension
The easiest way to gently alter factory edges
Reduce wheel rub on a lowered front end
Great for large wheel/tire combos
No need to remove tire; use in your garage or driveway
New project - Focus MK2 '05 - bumper
Started working on new bumper design. Trying to make front of Euro '05
Focus to look like cross between WRC Focus and Focus ST 2012. Fog lights
are going to be from 2008 Ford C-Max. Had some inspiration from good lad
from US working on widebody 300ZX, kerrmann
That's his channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/kerrmann
and that's where I was getting some advice from other good lads
really worth checking out ;)