My boss lives in Thousand Oaks. Really nice area!
On this project, there is really nothing to it. You start by removing all your old hardware. You don't have to dissasemble anything except all the areas you don't want painted and the floor boards. Then get a good wire wheel and a grinder or drill and start in. Don't go to bare metal, just rough everything up. THen apply two thick coates of Hurculiner to everything. You will end up using a brush more than a roller just because of all the corners. Get a bunch of brushes, and be aware that the stuff gets everywhere and is very messy.
At this point, just let dry and then re-assemble with the ss hardware. You can get the hardware at ACE or a bolt shop. I don't know where near you. Thats it. Pretty easy. The back turned out well too. Good luck, hope you like it.
One FYI: I am a CB and you do get what you pay for. This is not as good as Line X or Rhyno. It will accasionally scrape off. I am still good after 2 years but will need to retouch it probably in another year. Also, there is no real sound dampening. Basically, it looks good and hides scratches.
2009 King of the Hammers
BUCK Wild Racing
Co-driver: Pat Quirk
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Made it further than half of the other guys, but the Hammers won.