'59 Harley Pan Head Fenders

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 05, 2019 4:33 pm
A quickie project for a man who attends our church.

The front fender was a reproduction and rear an original.

DA'd the front fender with 80 grit.
The rear needed a trip through the blast cabinet.
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A couple of spots to repair:
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Here's the finished product as sprayed with no cut or buff:
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The reflection shot:
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Here's the kicker. Look at the dates on the Clear and Activator. They were in my cabinet for 7 years. :shocked:
UV and Activtor Dates.JPG


The only thing I noticed was a very slight yellowish tint. Was fine for these black fenders though.
1968 Coronet R/T


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 4:18 pm
Excellent, but you may have to paint the rest of the bike when he sees the fenders. :clap:



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2019 1:58 pm
'68 Coronet R/T wrote:Here's the kicker. Look at the dates on the Clear and Activator. They were in my cabinet for 7 years. :shocked:
UV and Activtor Dates.JPG


The only thing I noticed was a very slight yellowish tint.


Its all in how its stored, don't let freeze and use it up as soon as possible after opening.
I too have some stuff that's been sitting around a while. its always hit or miss with the Activator's though.
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