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fucking tight, and yeah, i bet it is a lot harder than it looks, most dudes cant even pull off evenly sized straight letters

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For some reason I think its best used elsewhere..why bother on a freight.

 

I agree. Keep that shit on walls and underpasses.

 

I mean much respect to Katsu and all, I just think freights don't need that shit on it. Use a roller if you don't have cans.

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i thought about using these for freights at one point.instead of using rollers for whole cars use that for the fill and basicly cover the whole car and then do the outline color and fill in any negative space with a third cover or something.i think it could save alot of time but as far as extinguisher throws on fr8's that would be pretty whack....idk tho its just an idea i came up with yesterday while chillin at the layup.idk if it would be practical tho...

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Wouldn't you have to put on a heavy coat to get a solid fill? In that case, wouldn't it make a thick wet layer of paint? I don't know, it just sounds like it would make a mess and not mix well with your next layers. It might work well for a certain affect, but I don't think it would really work well on steel. Look at how it drips on that cement. I can only imagine it being worse on steel. I'm just speaking from a common sense stand point, not a hands on one.

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yeah i didnt consider that when i thouhgt about it i was just trying to figure out a quicker way to pull off a wholecar and that seemed like a solution but i could see how the drips would be a problem and it would probably take forever to dry aswell.idk i was just day dreaming oneday and came up with it...

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