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post #301 of 412
I am boring when it comes to color. Expecially something out in the sun most of the time...... so I would say red, blue or even orange. But white and other light colors will look dirty quick and bright colors will fade quickly. My FIL is all about tractors, he used to be Ford blue but now is Kabota Orange focused. They sell the paints for them and they are pretty durable. Or you could even go Harley themed if that is a thing your into. Maybe for some bling you can trim with some diamond plating.
post #302 of 412

Hey Rib, my two favorite colors are Black and Red, that would be my choice, But what do you like?   I have a buddy in Dallas that did his smoker and trailer in black and had those realistic looking flames painted on, pretty neat, not what I would have done but neat. I think the Black smoker, Red trailer with chrome accent pieces would really set it off.

 

Gary

post #303 of 412
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Traditionally, I just go black on black, but was thinking something different. Red wouldn't be bad.....?
post #304 of 412
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Traditionally, I just go black on black, but was thinking something different. Red wouldn't be bad.....?


Being from Georgia RED and BLACK are always good colors for me. Kind of also like the subtle Black and Gray.

post #305 of 412

Any color on the trailer will really make that smoker stand out, (Especially Red) but any color   Pick one of your Florida Gator colors and with some Chrome accents  WOW !!!

 

Gary

post #306 of 412
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I was thinking dark grey metallic as well...?
post #307 of 412
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I was thinking dark grey metallic as well...?

That would look sweet but so would Red.
post #308 of 412

Two Tone !!!!      Red,  Grey  Pin stripes   ????

post #309 of 412

Sweet looking rig! Black / grey metallic gets my vote....

post #310 of 412
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Got to rebuild this gun before I do anything...

post #311 of 412
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Going out of town next week, is I went ahead and painted the trailer with the nascar black I had so it wouldn't start rusting. 1/2 gallon epoxy primer and 3 quarts urethane went on this little trailer. All that expanded and mesh eats up the paint , shooting it from 10 different angles. You know when it's coated good when it feels like plastic when you run your hand along it!

Stuck my gauges in just to see how it's going to look..
post #312 of 412

sweet

post #313 of 412
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A little "bling" ...

And yes, the rain cap looks like a.., I will be making a new one, I was working around a 1/2" clearance with my garage door...

post #314 of 412
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Installing what I feel is the best door seal solution , easy, cheap, not an eye sore , nor does it fall off. I've never had a bit off problem with this brand.

Trick is, etch steel good, get one light coat of paint on back side of door, let it cure, then clean with alcohol swab and take your time and get a nice bead.


post #315 of 412
How do you get the plastic off once it sets?
post #316 of 412
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It comes right off, hardly sticks to the Saran Wrap at all.
post #317 of 412
Good info!
post #318 of 412
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Got part of the bottom rack built this morning, still have to build the section that goes in the rounded end, firebox end.

post #319 of 412

They turned out really nice and they look like they would be easy do keep clean, did you use SS 3/8" rod?

post #320 of 412
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Yes, all stainless, ..I bet these two grates weigh around 60 together.
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