Basher Bar

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I custom fabricated a Basher bar for my Sakura D4. One of a kind. Mounts on to the front bumper, Doesn't weigh a ton. Replaced my front weights with this bar. What do you think? Should i paint it or leave it raw? Fits `190mm-200mm bodies with easy. 
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(This post was last modified: 04-28-2016, 05:10 AM by feint motion.)
Looks good raw
That's sick! I want one lol I can't even find pre-made ones anywhere
Very nice


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I like it raw. the only thing I could think of is it rusting.
Raw is the way to go for that! If it rust, leave it. It gives it that realistic look when it does.


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What's a Vdub without a little rust, right?
What material did you use?

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(04-28-2016, 02:26 PM)chikoe Wrote: I like it raw. the only thing I could think of is it rusting.
Clear Coat would prevent it from rusting. 

(04-28-2016, 11:35 PM)pro0fun Wrote: What material did you use?

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Stainless steel Rod and a MIG welder. A vice for the bends.
Regarding your magnetic body posts. I have the same ones and I'm wondering if it's okay to glue the magnets on the inside of the shell or if super glue damages polycarbonate?

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