a fake G shock... pimped!!!

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    a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    remember i got this 8200 from roadside malaysia??? it costs me rm35 and all i did was a mess to it...

    i took out the lcd, meddled with it... then it died... lol...

    then, why not make my own froggie band...

    then i went with this...

    simple... spray paint, buff, then spray paint again... lol...

    how about a closer look...

    cool...
    i'll update more pics later...

    tried to spray brazillian but failed... hahaha...

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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    ooh that's nasty:-X Very nicely done :gold
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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    You mean PIMP MY RIDE. :-D I don't know if some of you from the rest of the world gets MTV, but they take a crappy car and in my opinion makes it crappier.

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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    *OUCH*

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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek N
    You mean PIMP MY RIDE. :-D I don't know if some of you from the rest of the world gets MTV, but they take a crappy car and in my opinion makes it crappier.
    Ain't that the truth!
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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Derek N
    You mean PIMP MY RIDE. :-D I don't know if some of you from the rest of the world gets MTV, but they take a crappy car and in my opinion makes it crappier.
    Last night they pimped out an ice cream truck and found 8 live mice running around behind the freezer :-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D:-D. On a different episode they found a live rat behind someone's dashboard :-D.

    It's sometimes interesting to see how crappy some cars can get before and after they're pimped.

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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    yoh...

    how about pimping a fake frogman??? anyone??? ha2

    note to you guys...

    the fake G's have a wrong module for both frogmans and g2000s'.

    try to use back the same module, clean the bezel, modify the spring rods and slide in an original band lug, it's = ori...

    of course, mine here is still the fake one, but i'm practicing on how well spray paint work on G shock resins... lol...

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    Re: a fake G shock... pimped!!!

    trowachin, don't feel too bad dude.... we were just messin' with ya. :-D I also am guilty of spraying a G at one time, but mines was a real GW-200 Frogman. Sprayed my bezel flat black to get a Real Black Frogman. B-) It actually came out very nice, the secret is to give the bezel many coats of very light mist from the spray can. Also, let the coats have some time to dry before adding another coat. It appears that what you did was spray a bit too close to the watch and held the spray in one area too long, hence the buildup of over excessive paint. :-X

    Someone mentioned using RIT dye to dye the parts to your desired color. I will be trying this next to see what the results will be.

    Oh yeah, forgot to mention. I eventually stripped off all of the spray paint on my Frogman because it was starting to wear off from being bumped against things. I used a gel paint stripper to get the spray paint off; it worked great as long as you only leave it in for a short time.

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