|wcheatwood ||02-10-2013 08:15 PM |
Inline Merlin Build help
I have one of the new Merlin body kit and everything to make it complete except for time, so I'm looking for someone that can assemble it and tune it for me.It's in a mocked up state. Can get pics upon requests. Please PM me quotes. Thanks for looking.
|skinnyfatguy ||02-10-2013 09:19 PM |
Where abouts do you live? There's a fairly active autococker community and a good chance we'd be able to help find someone local for you.
|wcheatwood ||02-10-2013 09:41 PM |
The Marker is currently outside of Houston, TX.
|TheePsycho ||02-10-2013 10:09 PM |
Is it already anodized then?
|wcheatwood ||02-10-2013 10:48 PM |
It isn't, but its not gonna be. At least not in the next few years. I rather like the raw look.
|TheePsycho ||02-10-2013 11:09 PM |
You really should get it clear anodized then to help prevent wear. It can be put together as it is but it's just a suggestion.
|MorueM ||02-11-2013 02:02 AM |
Dirt will scratch the breech quickly. I wouldn't use much a raw body.
|wcheatwood ||02-11-2013 09:21 AM |
Well new question then, anyone able to anodize it
|TheePsycho ||02-11-2013 11:15 AM |
FX Anodizing, Caustic Customs, Tonsixer, Acid Customs, Chico Metal Finishing, Arnold Metal Finishing, Rainman229 and gmpb2
In no particular that's a good list of anodizers. Now two of them are actual companies and one of them only does solid color anodizing.
|wcheatwood ||02-11-2013 09:12 PM |
I can't really say anything without sounding lazy, but if anyone person can anodize it and assemble/ tune it that would be really cool. Most of my weekends are shot and I don't have the time. TheePyscho thanks for the heads up. I'll message some of them.
Guess I should add that anno would be gloss black to match all the parts.
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