Tail light cut outs:
In The Weeds Customs can do it all for you. We are a one stop shop at the highest level .
The secret to great work is superior preparation. Part striping, new tanks, rust removal and removal of welding slag is accomplished with our sand blasting cabinet. Any good finish starts with proper substrate preparation. No job ends up right if it isn't built on a foundation of quality work
None of our body work is ever done on the steel. We always epoxy prime the substrate first. This ensures a life-time bond and prevents any issues with fuel lifting of the paintwork. No body shop does this level of work like we do. Skim coats are applied over all body work to completely eliminate any surface definition problems once show polished.
Fuel tanks are fully inspected. nothing could be more important to your carburetor or fuel injection system. We use the best in durable sealing methods. The POR-15 fuel tank sealer system begins with a full rust removal system, stopping any rust dead in it's tracks permanently. The extremely durable sealer will never flake or lift like the old cream coat systems or radiator repair shop goop. Once done it will never need to be done again.
We can powder coat your parts from the frame to the engine using the latest in powder-coat technology. Re-finishing wrinkle black in powder-coat will ensure it never comes off. Flat and high gloss powder-coat finishes create that custom look and durability when we build or restore motorcycles, all exactly to your specifications.
We can take any of the parts you have, including frames and wheels and chrome plate them. We also nickel plate parts for accurate restorations. We use the best in Copper-Nickel-Chrome system which is polished to a mirror finish. Full disassembly press, bead and sand blasting are done to ensure the finish is perfect.
(Dyed Aluminum) is a process of coloring and hardening aluminum. Anodizing will protect the aluminum parts by making the surface much harder than natural aluminum. Aluminum oxide is grown out of the surface during anodizing and then becomes aluminum hydrate that is extremely hard. The porous nature of the anodized layer allows the product to be dyed any color that is required. The color can look like a transparent candy paint, its beautiful.
This is a nice subtle effect. Designs can also be stained for a little color effect. Names or scroll work are a detail that will not be overlooked by the judges.
This process does not weaken the integrity of the glass.