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Old 07-30-2010, 03:09 PM   #1
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Burro Repainted

Hello all,

They finished my painted burro today and it looks good to me, Here is a couple quick pics I will post more later today.

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Old 07-30-2010, 04:23 PM   #2
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Old 07-30-2010, 05:44 PM   #5
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Scott, the red looks great. I forwarded the taillight pics to your email.
When you get a chance, come over to my garage and checker board my floor for me. Cool garage and the Harley tops it off!

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Old 07-30-2010, 07:56 PM   #7
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Thanks everyone here are a couple more, Thanks to Mark, I added the black around the windows as he did on his amazing silver burro stream. I will be adding the black trim lok on the seam.

I also painted the inside of the door red as that way when it is open it wont be white against the side of the camper and when closed it will add an accent color inside I will be adding a red upholstry on the middle seam.
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Old 07-30-2010, 09:48 PM   #8
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Scott, the black around the windows gives it a whole different look. I am glad I painted mine, and yours looks awesome in red with the black. Dark tinted windows will set it off! I thought my Burro had a gloss to it until I looked at your pictures. When we get these done, we will have to hook up for a camp out.
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Scott, the black around the windows gives it a whole different look... Dark tinted windows will set it off!
My thoughts exactly! I recommend "5% Limo Dark"
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No need to tint the windows. Lexan is sold already in a dark shade. I replaced all of my windows with dark Lexan. You can't see inside during the day, but you can see out!
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Mark,

Did you replace all the rubber around the lexan or reuse if replaced where did u get it?

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No need to tint the windows. Lexan is sold already in a dark shade. I replaced all of my windows with dark Lexan. You can't see inside during the day, but you can see out!
Mark, that's an interesting finish around your windows - what is it and how was it installed, finished, etc?

As for Burro's red paint - WOW! looks great, what a shine!
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Did you replace all the rubber around the lexan or reuse if replaced where did u get it?

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Scott, I removed the windows and dropped them off to a friend that does glass for a living. He called me when they were done. I have no idea what he replaced other than the Lexan. I will check and let you know what I find out.
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Mark, that's an interesting finish around your windows - what is it and how was it installed, finished, etc?

As for Burro's red paint - WOW! looks great, what a shine!

Pam, it is black paint and painted on pin stripe.
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