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Looking for a forum to discuss bicycle painting...suggestions?

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Looking for a forum to discuss bicycle painting...suggestions?

Im looking for a forum with discussions on bicycle painting, touch-ups, and re-finishing - tips, tricks, and such - any suggestions?
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mechanics sub-forum if you are only wanting to discuss the painting process.

If you are wanting to discuss the artistry you might use, then I guess the Classic and Vintage is a good place. Some of the lovers of retro and old stuff really have an eye for art.

If you want just modern thought on artistry, then here is as good as any. Though the General Cycling Discussion might get you more thoughts from all genres of cycling toward artistry and color combos.
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Im looking for a forum with discussions on bicycle painting, touch-ups, and re-finishing - tips, tricks, and such - any suggestions?
Where are you located?
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