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Taylormade Rossa Spider Refinish Project.

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Had a little fun.  Bought a taylormade rossa putter cheap on ebay for $40 shipped.  I decided to refinish it(work at a body shop).  Just repainted the black part that was chipped up, matte black and got rid of all the silly lines on top, replacing them with one brushed aluminum alignment line.  Fun project and looks much better than the original design I think. 

 

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Had a little fun.  Bought a taylormade rossa putter cheap on ebay for $40 shipped.  I decided to refinish it(work at a body shop).  Just repainted the black part that was chipped up, matte black and got rid of all the silly lines on top, replacing them with one brushed aluminum alignment line.  Fun project and looks much better than the original design I think. 

 

 

Yes that does look good. It would match your i20s.

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My thoughts exactly. 

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Looks good?  Which way is up? IMO, a massive eyesore but each man to his own girl. 

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Looks good?  Which way is up? IMO, a massive eyesore but each man to his own girl. 

Yeah it's ugly but better than the original look.  Just one of many girls I know my friend. 

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I'd say Taylormade should have used a loom more like this. The original is just too complicated to look down, it takes your focus off the putt and directs it onto the topline of the putter.

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