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    Looking for a good stock painter

    I have a fiberglass stock that is in a sorry state of affairs. The web is showing on most surfaces and could use a bit of filler around the parting lines. Any recommendations?
    Thanks, Frank

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    You may want to re-think painting, one of the newer and more reasonble processes is Hydo dipping! The have a plethora of patterns and they spray automotive clear once it is dipped and dried! Price runs $150-165. And they take care offilling and sandin imperfections!
    blackicecoatings is who I used in Spanish Fork Utah, but I would bet there are business's on the east coast that Do the same type of work! Have no idea why image is upside down!
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    Tom Merrideth

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank-NH View Post
    I have a fiberglass stock that is in a sorry state of affairs. The web is showing on most surfaces and could use a bit of filler around the parting lines. Any recommendations?
    Thanks, Frank
    Tom's work is excellent.

    Pete

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    Thanks for the info guys.
    Frank

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    I have

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank-NH View Post
    Thanks for the info guys.
    Frank
    A brand new Meredith stock I will sell you. Molded in color. Toms design by McMillan that TOM sells.

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    pm sent

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    It sounds like you need a little body work as well as the paint. Tom Meredith will fill in any cracks and have the stock looking good as new, well, probably a lot better than new.

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    Tom Meredith

    When it comes to stock work Tom can turn a sow's ear into a silk purse. Not sure about his time frame however, as top craftsmen frequently have substantial backlogs of work.

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