Foam work on fender and bags

Baggerbill

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Excellent job!! I might be trying this. Question is... can I foam and carve, then foam some more on top of the first application. I want to build length and swoop back evenly as you did to the bags and fender, but then I want to build up the fender tire area some more. Hopefully my picture shows what I want to do. Thanks, Bill
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sscglide

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Yes baggerbill this foams amazing you can keep adding to it as you like in certain areas
 

sscglide

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uploadfromtaptalk1438060944114.jpggot paint on the bike now and just a bitbif info for you guys we had the bags perfect when i had our local bodyshop throw paint on them they baked it on and it shrunk the fiberglass in a bit as now you can faintly see where the bags were stretched no big deal ill be fixing them over the winter and re painting again i guess
 

75bbuzz

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That looks awesome. Gonna end up using the foam as well. I might be asking ya some questions later sscglide for my build.

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sscglide

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I would prefer to not bake but our local bodyshop doesnt like tying up their booth space for too long
 

tboner

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Cure it or let it air out as much as possible, alot of different materials. Put them in the sun if not a booth and bake the shit ou of it...great skills!
 

DMC

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I put them in a car with the windows rolled up on a hot day, in the sun.

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sscglide

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Learning experience id do it again in a heartbeat may lengthen them this winter
 

celticking05

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I left mine out in the AZ (Hot) Sun for a few day ... Seemed to do the trick, but then again we can fry eggs on car hoods in Summer
 

sscglide

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uploadfromtaptalk1438504115422.jpguploadfromtaptalk1438504263803.jpgwell bikes all done now ass ends finished ,side dumps done,tourpack mount built and backrest made bike gets alot lower than i thought it would turned out awesome couldnt have done it without the help of this forum and its devoted members 650 mile ride tomorrow to sturgis can not wait
 

ClassiCutCustoms

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Trevor,

I know we have talked briefly about this but I don't remember what I need to get. I am taking stock bags to 8" and full back....... 2lb? 10lb? How much mix quart? Gallon?
 

sscglide

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2lb i bout the 1 gallon setup when you have lots to play around with cause bags wont be all you wanna try
 

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