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Very nice build Smile
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Hi there! I have one question: It is ncessary undercoat or primer before paint?
And second one: Warnex or Tuffcab?
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Originally posted by catalin catalin wrote:

Hi there! I have one question: It is ncessary undercoat or primer before paint?
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And second one: Warnex or Tuffcab?
Warnex seems to be more durable but isn't available in all those fancy colors.
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Originally posted by all bass all bass wrote:

Originally posted by catalin catalin wrote:

Hi there! I have one question: It is ncessary undercoat or primer before paint?
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</span>And second one: Warnex or Tuffcab?
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<span style="line-height: 1.4;">Warnex seems to be more durable but isn't available in all those fancy colors.</span>


It is but you need to order 120 Kg. :)

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Somme paint jobSmile

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Almost there!!
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Whats the recess for?
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Hi there
The recess are for somme metal elements , wich is gonna hold  the mid cab above.

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That's some really nice wood work! Are you in the UK? If you are, please may I know where you got the grilles?
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Hi there!
This are the grills
http://www.rmig.com/en/stock+list/perforated+sheets/online+stocklist+in+rmig+uk
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Ah, I see. If it isn't too much to asks, how much did you pay per grille?
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I need four grilles 930 mm/615 mm so i bought two sheets 2000 mm/1000 mm ,47 quid +VAT each
8 mm holes
1.5 mm thick
10 mm triangular pitch
58 % open area

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