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Originally Posted by Ben

Nice job!

Have you caught it a little high on the face yet? I did a custom paint job on my hybrid before. Bronze metallic with tons of coats and tons of clear on top. One hit a little too high and the chipping began...



Where I come from, that paint job would be called, "Ghetto Fab".

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Originally Posted by Ben

Nice job!

Have you caught it a little high on the face yet? I did a custom paint job on my hybrid before. Bronze metallic with tons of coats and tons of clear on top. One hit a little too high and the chipping began...



Hey BallsnDrama...PIMP THAT HYBRID!!!

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ben send me your hybrid I'll paint it up nice for you for free. just pay postage.  If you love it brag about it for me.  I imagine paint and clear to be around the fifty dollar range plus shipping if I were to charge. sky marks will mar your clubs but chipping or flaking should not occur. lets pimp that hybrid! let me know.  Ray

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If I ever got a white driver, I would want it to be painted like this. Great job! If I had an old club I would give it a go, just so you guys could see me fail haha!

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Ok seriously, how do I get in on this? I've been dying to have a picture of Grimace on top of my Rocketballz. It's not a question of want, it's more a statement of must have.

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Balls, did you bake the head after the painting?  My experience is that only baking the enamel paint will make the paint hard enough to withstand real golf abuse. Do not abuse  your head !!

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