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Old 05-25-2007, 07:11 AM
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Actually it does not look as bad as you would think. I did not think It would look good at all until I got done. I like you did not want to replace gauges. If you can pick up a set of used bezels they can be stripped down to polished alum, thats what I did. These bezels were teal green before I started. The teal coating was just a layer of plastic over the already polished alum.
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Old 05-25-2007, 07:32 AM
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we stock all colors and sizes needed to revamp your dash.give us a call @ 800-376-1616.ask for dana or [email protected] doller offshore.we can ship today
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Actually it does not look as bad as you would think. I did not think It would look good at all until I got done. I like you did not want to replace gauges. If you can pick up a set of used bezels they can be stripped down to polished alum, thats what I did. These bezels were teal green before I started. The teal coating was just a layer of plastic over the already polished alum.
What did you use to strip the coating?
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Old 05-25-2007, 08:14 AM
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It is a secret...... laquor thinnner. Soak them for about 10 minutes and it peels off to a very nice polished finish underneith.
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Old 05-25-2007, 09:27 AM
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That does look good. I just wasnt sure about the white on chrome look. Nice to see what it looks like. thx
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Actually it does not look as bad as you would think. I did not think It would look good at all until I got done. I like you did not want to replace gauges. If you can pick up a set of used bezels they can be stripped down to polished alum, thats what I did. These bezels were teal green before I started. The teal coating was just a layer of plastic over the already polished alum.
DAMN FINE WORK!!!
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Thanks. Wait till I post some picks of the interior.... We are doing everything at our shop. This interior and a 32 Skater are the first two jobs and are our own boats. I will post some pics on tuesday of the completed iteriors of both boats.
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