VHT epoxy on tins
I came to the conclusion that I was too clumsy for the plasti-dip coating I put on my tins, specifically the tank. I kept splattering gasoline on my tank and gasoline drops were eating away at the plasti-dip coating. I didn't like the way it was looking so I decided to change finishes.
I went with VHT Epoxy in Satin Black. I loved the way it came out. With that said, I didn't sand down properly a couple of runs on my rear fender so I'll have to redo at some point, but that can wait 'till summer.
The finish has a little more sheen than the Harley denim which is what I wanted.
Here's the bill:
2 cans of expoxy (advance auto): $14.00
1 pack of assorted wet/dry sandpaper (oreilly's): $7.00
2 decals (buddy): $16.00
Total for facelift: $37.00
I also painted my horncover, A/C cover and Primary Cover.
My sig pic has my scoot with the plasti-dip when it was freshly done, but I just didn't like the way it weathered. Also, my buddies FatBob is in Harley denim so you can compare.
Have a good one and Happy New Year.