Archive for June 2012 | Monthly archive page

Prepping a Fuel Tank for Paint – Part II

In a previous post, we showed how we begin preparing a tank for paint by burning off all existing paint, body filler, and tank sealer. We’re not fans of tank sealer, as it eventually fails. We prefer to find and weld leaks shut, and ensure our tanks are properly repaired for the long term. We […]

Getting it right on a ’69 Bonneville – Part III

When we decided to repaint our customer’s 1969 Triumph Bonneville, we figured we just couldn’t waste the existing paint job.  It’s not our paint job, but it’s pretty good, and we’ll make use of it elsewhere. That said, as we’ve been making some big efforts to restore this bike to factory condition, we decided to source […]