#1
If I want to get custom colored PAF pickup covers how would I go about getting that done?
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#2
Pick up cover + Spray paint = custom coloured PAF pick up cover.
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#3
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#4
If those ideas don't seem to be the answer you're looking for, check out either a powder coat finish or having the parts color anodised. Either one will cost more than regular parts will, but using one of these processes would make a one of a kind statement.
The pickup pole pieces and holddown screws threads, as well as their threaded holes need to be protected while refinishing.
#5
thx. I've been trying to find a place that will anodize them near me.
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#6
alternatively, there is a transparent spray paint meant for glass that you can find at most craft stores, i sprayed it onto a chrome hardtail baseplate and it didn't look half bad. But if you really want it to look professional and be sure it wont wear off, go powder coating or anodizing.
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#7
what do you mean by PAF pickup covers?

If you have an actual set of PAFs, then pics.