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Old 08-15-2007, 10:06 AM   #1
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Default Chassis Film?? Who still makes where to buy?

Need some of the chassis film like Associated used to make, thick film with sticky back...
Anyone know if someone makes something like this and where I can buy it?
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I'm pretty sure the Jconcepts makes some good stuff. Check www.jconcepts.net.
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I use the JConcepts stuff.
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Go to a motorcycle dealership, supply or even online and look for N-Style number plate vinyl sheet. Its the same stuff as J concepts and you can get 2 12x18" sheets for about 13-18$. You can pick up black, clear or "carbon fiber" from most places.
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Go to a motorcycle dealership, supply or even online and look for N-Style number plate vinyl sheet. Its the same stuff as J concepts and you can get 2 12x18" sheets for about 15-18$. You can pick up black, clear or "carbon fiber" from most places.
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Thanks guys!

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I think it is just lexan and you can cut to fit. You can probably use velcro.
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I think it is just lexan and you can cut to fit. You can probably use velcro.
Nope, it isn't lexan.
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motorbike dealers also have clear plastic sheets used to protect the bike farings and fuel tanks.
you can cut them down to size.
apply additional layers on the front and rear of the chassis where you will tend to wear down faster.
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Thanks guys!

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If you ordered it from us, I think I noticed your name and it shipped out today, haha.
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Offtopic, but I have to say. The JConcept t-shirts look hawt!
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Offtopic, but I have to say. The JConcept t-shirts look hawt!
Haha, thanks!
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