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Old 04-20-2017, 04:07 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by freebeard View Post
Are those PVC stand-offs? I'm not seeing wood this time around.

When you're painting the topside of the aluminum will you shoot the galvanized steel as well?
Yes, the standoffs are PVC as they don't need to be super structural fer what they do.

Not looking to paint the galvanized slotted angle fer the moment as I'll have to strip the galvanized coating off before I can paint it or find some specialized paint fer galvanized steel.

I'm slowly transitioning out of my wood phase as it's proven to me what worked and what didn't as far as designs went. I only have a few wood pieces left after the rear crossbeam is replaced.
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