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Very well put thumb.gif
Thanks a lot man I was wondering what I would need to light up my res like that and you totally answered that question. REP for you brother.
I will definetly keep everyone updated. Stay tuned because there are going to be some HUGE updates in the next month biggrin.gif

What can I say? I have a way with words. tongue.gif
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Hmm those are really cool. Decisions, decisions, decisions haha

Yeah I have a few of them actually ones on the bottom of my Cosmos 2 and hasnt moved yet after all my moving. really good adhesive.

As for your decisions you should see me and my tubing options. literally drive me insane... I have 5 options... and I'm just switching back and forth
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So I've been hating how my crossfire bridge just throws off the entire color scheme of the case so I decided to spray paint it today. I was very careful of what type of spray paint to use because I didn't want it cracking when the crossfire bridge was bent. I ended up deciding on some vinyl and fabric paint. Luckily I had it in black! So here is how it turned out!

Crossfire Bridge Before

Vinyl & Fabric Spray Paint

Right After First Coat of Paint

Right After Last Coat of Paint
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So I've been hating how my crossfire bridge just throws off the entire color scheme of the case so I decided to spray paint it today. I was very careful of what type of spray paint to use because I didn't want it cracking when the crossfire bridge was bent. I ended up deciding on some vinyl and fabric paint. Luckily I had it in black! So here is how it turned out!
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Crossfire Bridge Before

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Right After First Coat of Paint

Right After Last Coat of Paint

Thats the same thing I plan to do with mine. Since apparently the sign companies nearby are stingy even with their scrap pieces.
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So I've been hating how my crossfire bridge just throws off the entire color scheme of the case so I decided to spray paint it today. I was very careful of what type of spray paint to use because I didn't want it cracking when the crossfire bridge was bent. I ended up deciding on some vinyl and fabric paint. Luckily I had it in black! So here is how it turned out!

Crossfire Bridge Before

Vinyl & Fabric Spray Paint

Right After First Coat of Paint

Right After Last Coat of Paint

That bridge looks great, look forward to seeing how it looks in place.
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That bridge looks great, look forward to seeing how it looks in place.

Thanks man! Here it is. Sorry for the horrible cell phone picture, but I assure you that it looks awesome! It is really smooth looking and sleek.


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Right now I'm painting the other bridge red so it will blend with the black bridge and go with my theme. I will post pics when I'm done thumb.gif
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I actually changed my mind. I'm keeping the middle part of the bridge that bends black and I'm painting the ends red. I don't like how it looks with just a solid color. It just makes it look really boring.
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I actually changed my mind. I'm keeping the middle part of the bridge that bends black and I'm painting the ends red. I don't like how it looks with just a solid color. It just makes it look really boring.
Make up your mind, will you? lol. I went ahead with a solid color all the way across. Shot it with a coat of clear coat too. Just to make it extra pritty.
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Make up your mind, will you? lol. I went ahead with a solid color all the way across. Shot it with a coat of clear coat too. Just to make it extra pritty.

Haha well I did make my mind and now I'm very happy. It looks siiiiiiick!

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