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    eddmon

    Reply 4 years ago

    Si. Eso espero.

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    eddmon

    4 years ago

    jajaja. Gracias por el tutorial. Estoy planeando pintar mi bici y no sabía cómo. Tu método parece interesante, solo te faltó quitar la pintura vieja y desarmar la bici (en vez de cubrir todo con plastico) A mí se me hacen los paso más entretenidos.
    Saludos desde México ;)

    Ah, I love it! I have an adult sized trike I've been thinking of painting but the thought of taking the whole thing apart, sanding it all down, painting it, and reassembling it has just been too daunting. One of these days I'll get around to it! Yours looks awesome!

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    Thank you! Sanding is probably the most boring part (unfortunately also the most important one :( ) but you can always choose the lazy method like me, and covering everything else in plastic instead of taking it apart :D

    Yeah, I'm at the point where I'm just debating paying someone else to do it for me. My senior engineering project in college was about bicycle rickshaws and I am so tired of taking apart bikes and putting them back together! I'll be more than happy if I never have to change a tire or fix a chain again, though I know that's unlikely, haha.

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    seamster

    4 years ago on Introduction

    This looks good!

    I'm impressed that you were able to paint it with all the components in place! Very cool.

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    Mikki G.Wseamster

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! It was a bit difficult to get the paint in to all the little cracks and the inside where the tires are, but I managed :)