Painting anodized rims



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Ted Bennett

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Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting process?

What would be an effective way to mask the braking sidewalls?

Thanks for any advice.

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S. Anderson

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My advice..don't paint the rims!! Sorry, but that's my opinion!! :)

Cheers,

Scott..
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> Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting process?
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> What would be an effective way to mask the braking sidewalls?
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> Thanks for any advice.
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"Ted Bennett" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting process?
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> What would be an effective way to mask the braking sidewalls?

Common practice is to paint the whole thing and then cut back the braking surface. A blade held
against the rim turning in a bike or a truing stand would be a simple and fast job.

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Sergio Servadio

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On Wed, 19 Mar 2003, A Muzi wrote:
> "Ted Bennett" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > What would be an effective way to mask the braking sidewalls?
> Common practice is to paint the whole thing and then cut back the braking surface. A blade held
> against the rim turning in a bike or a truing stand would be a simple and fast job.

I would do it differently, and in a simpler manner I think. Apply tape (paper tape of the kind body
shops use) to the sides, a little bit oversize; trim it nicely with a sharp utility knife; paint
over the whole thing and finally peel off the tape.

Sergio Pisa
 
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Jay Beattie

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"Alex Rodriguez" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> >Ted Bennett <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> >> Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting
process?
> >I gotta ask, "Why would you paint a rim?"
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> To match the frames paint job, is one reason.

What a waste of time unless you use a rattle can, and that stuff will chip off in the first week.
Just setting up and cleaning the gun is reason enough for me not to trifle with this. Plus, who
wants everything to match! -- Jay Beattie.
 
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Ted Bennett

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> Ted Bennett <[email protected]> wrote
> > Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting process?
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> I gotta ask, "Why would you paint a rim?"
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> **** Durbin

Cuz I thought it might be nice to have the rims exactly match the frame color.

Just cosmesis, I know.

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Ted Bennett

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> What a waste of time unless you use a rattle can, and that stuff will chip off in the first week.
> Just setting up and cleaning the gun is reason enough for me not to trifle with this. Plus, who
> wants everything to match! -- Jay Beattie.

No extra setup, as the rims (unbuilt, obviously) and the frame would be done at the same time.

As for matching everything, I don't want that either.

One of my sisters decided she wanted a white bike, and sprayed the whole thing without disassembling
anything. Handlebars, cables, seat, chain, cranks etc. One of the worst things I've ever seen.

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Alex Rodriguez

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In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...

>One of my sisters decided she wanted a white bike, and sprayed the whole thing without
>disassembling anything. Handlebars, cables, seat, chain, cranks etc. One of the worst things I've
>ever seen.

I've seen a few bikes done like this, yellow and orange seem to be the favorite colors for this type
of paint job.
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Mark Lee

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"**** Durbin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Ted Bennett <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> > Will the anodization make any difference in the best painting process?
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> I gotta ask, "Why would you paint a rim?"
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> **** Durbin

To increase the mass and therefore the gyroscopic effect. This effect is what makes a bike rideable.
(as opposed to "Blade" scooters with their tiny wheels which are obviously scientifically
impossible-to-ride) Mark Lee
 
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