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  1. ^He isn't using a marker or a pen. That's a white pencil. It could also be a prismacolor colorless blender. They have those as pencils or markers. Basically alcohol in a marker.
  2. ^freakin love these pics man
  3. of course he does, anyone that has a store has more than you ...dood
  4. Anyone got a Jungle Green they are willing to part with? Condition is not a factor...it can be totally thrashed... PM me, we'll work something out
  5. Pew_Pew_Pew


    Yes, now go do it.
  6. AA changed with the rest of rusto's valve change? Not in my neck of the woods.
  7. I've seen a similar thing in the Grainger catalog, except it uses propellant. Sort of a do-it-yourself spray paint without the factory. Comes in water based and solvent based.
  8. Pew_Pew_Pew

    Spray Paint

    Weigh a full can of the same brand. Weigh your scrap....do some math. Might not be exact but it would give you an estimate maybe.
  9. Yo man, thanks for the in depth crit! I haven't been on in a few days as I had a death in the family. Just wanted you to know that I appreciate it and imma keep workin on it!
  10. Just got a shipment in from Oink. I got one cap in a bag of freebies I've never seen before. It's a translucent blue cap....any idea what this is? Sprays nice and fat.
  11. The Super77 spray adhesive is not re-positionable. If you're worried about getting it on their the first time, everytime, I would look for a spray adhesive that is re-positionable. Scrapbooking shops might be able to help you out, they have many archival quality materials. Chat em up and see what they tell you.
  12. If you want to permanently adhere them to your BB ...get 3M Super 77 spray adhesive. I would suggest looking around a craft store locally and finding the archival tape or glue....ask the people who work there.
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