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    Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    My latest mods; GW9300GY with a stealthed G9300 bezel & strap + buckle from a 5600MS strap. I know that technically this is a downgrade as the strap from the G9300 is not carbon fibre like on the GY. To be honest though, I actually prefer the non-cf strap as it feels softer. I've also included a pic of the new resin I got for my Frogman. What do you think?
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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    That looks fantastic!!!
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    Yeah I think that rocks. Love the standard one and hell this could be an official version!
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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    hey Resnik, so you got the resin Frogman bits! Looks good
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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    That looks nice - I did it to my mudman 9300 with a GB case and carbon fiber straps.

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    I like it. I'm thinking of doing this to all my GY's so saving the original bands and bezels.
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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    Thanks for all the comments. While I like the GY look, I'm really liking the way it looks now

    Quote Originally Posted by rogerlike View Post
    hey Resnik, so you got the resin Frogman bits! Looks good
    Hey, yeh I finally got around to ordering them. I had it on the back burner for a while because of the price of the spares but I bit the bullet & I love the look. Thanks again for the part numbers, it really helped

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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    I personally love the green accents against the grey resin, but the blacked-out resin with the negative display looks really sick. Nice work!

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    Dude, the first one looks sick. I've seen several G mods, and wondering if this is something that is easy to do. I would like to try this, but afraid I would just screw it up.

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    Re: Custom GW9300GY: Stealthed "Swampman"

    Quote Originally Posted by 4Play View Post
    Dude, the first one looks sick. I've seen several G mods, and wondering if this is something that is easy to do. I would like to try this, but afraid I would just screw it up.
    Thanks. This is probably one of the easiest mods to do especially if you can get hold of a spare 9300GB bezel. I couldn't (actually I just didn't want to wait for it to come from Japan) so I ordered the standard 9300 bezel & removed the paint with acetone-free nail polish remover. I did this by soaking the bezel for a few minutes then gently scrubbing with a tooth brush

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