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  1. Just spending time getting the main hustle on point. As much as I could make from something on the side, I can focus efforts on getting the main thing to make that money in the same hours I already spend there.
  2. 100%juice

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    without the benefit of being able to afford or get a connect on some premium paints (the ones which are good for steel) I'd suggest sticking with the rusto and trying new adapter and nozzle combos. I don't really use the rusto that requires an adapter since I have a stockpile of the old cans, but even at that.. trying a wide range of nozzles can yield a major difference in the flow and control characteristics of paint.. even the cheaper cans. try some new ones you've never thought to try with american paint before. short of racking it, or having a connect for it, or just straight up payi
  3. I see this thread has 50% more juice.. per the title. I'm just here to up the juice levels. That is all.
  4. pretty quiet round these parts. Those Horace joints and Sicr too.
  5. 100%juice

    Spray Paint

    picking up the discussion from the previous page about which paints last on steel.. I've had great performance from Montana Hardcore paint on panels. Some stuff I either saw personally or had benched as much as 7 or 8 years old still looking good. Little color fade or color change. Rusto obviously lasts pretty well. I've even had some panels I did in krylon come back 8 or 10 years later and holding up pretty well. The old krylon I have seen didn't tend to resist fading as much as the rusto.. but thats pretty well obvious even at the point you are painting it that there is some noti
  6. fools i know doin work. not gonna name names. keep it movin
  7. Nothing wrong with an MK1 TT. They're supposed to be very fun cars. Never sat in one though. Totaled my TTS and got a TTRS kinda like this one it'll be fully built when things are said and done.
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