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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Ah mind you said you weren't happy with them Jimmy... Turtle on here used to punt them I'm sure.

    It was just that bottom Motorsport one thats a bit scabby... was going to heat gun it off and replace it, give the pan in to Ned at Eastend and get him to clearcoat it... alternative is Ali at Bikepaints... I know he'll give me it back mint but last one cost me 480 quid...anyhow I'll need to decide if I want it right or just dress it up. Like the template idea tbh...

    While I'm on what's your view in clearcoating over the decals...Ali's covered the decals on the one thats on the bike the now...

    Edit: Balderstons are doing a set for 105 plus pnp...

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F252450206488


    Think thats my answer..


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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Ordered.. I'll redo them all and see if Ned can dress up that scuff and bottom of the pan or I'll drop it off at Bikepaints... I'll price it up before I leave. !

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    Re: Workshop Ramp - Stuartb's Winter Wonderland

    Good buy that. Clearcoating will certainly help protect them but none of mine are peeling or scuffed after about 19k miles.

    Looks good either way. Glad you went for the right stickers, they are way better.

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