'68 Juice Brake Shoes

Difference in width from old shoes

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RooDog
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Re: '68 Juice Brake Shoes

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Jim....
What finish is on the other components on the bike, wet-look, gloss, satin, or flat black?
Rust-Oleum coatings used with hardener creates a high quality and chemical resistant coating....
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Re: '68 Juice Brake Shoes

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Post by Mongrel505558 »

RooDog wrote: Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:56 pm Jim....
What finish is on the other components on the bike, wet-look, gloss, satin, or flat black?
Rust-Oleum coatings used with hardener creates a high quality and chemical resistant coating....

Enamel Hardner.jpg
Gloss black, like the factory used. You can't see much of this plate when it's installed because of the swingarm and chain guard, but since I went through the trouble of painting the frame I'd like to have it match rather than stand out next to the nice shiny black swingarm.
RooDog
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Re: '68 Juice Brake Shoes

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Some parts done with Rust-Oleum with hardener....
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