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Q & A
1 / How will I know if your emblems will fit my bike model?
Most designs indicate on the product page what they fit. Tank emblems are cold casted so they can be molded to the side of many different tank curvatures. We have PDF print outs of almost every piece we sell. These can be printed out and taped to your bike for size reference.
2 / What if I'm interested in a custom design piece?
Base price is dependent on size of the piece and whether or not this piece will be a one-off. Each case is carefully considered and reviewed. These pieces take a minimum of 6-8 weeks, depending on complexity, and require a 25% non-refundable deposit to get started, which will be applied to your total bill. Please message us for a quote.
3/ How long will my order take?
Because all art is hand crafted and created by Angie, and Angie alone, all orders take a minimum of 3-4 weeks. This includes production, sanding, priming, painting, possible chrome effects,, clear coating, and finishing. Each process requires at least 24 hours for curing or drying.
4 / Can you match the color of my bike?
All paints are mixed in the studio. We have a list of all of our base colors listed in the tools and templates sections.
. If you do not see the color you're wanting, we can match the color with a provided paint code.
5 / What if I want to change my color, design or piece?
Please refer to our store policies.
6/ Where are you located?
We are located in a little town called McCook, Nebraska. Currently we do not have a brick-and-mortar retail store because we are still in our infancy. We are exclusively internet sales.
7 / How do you slip-on bonnets stay on?
You will then need to use 100% silicone around the inside edge, being liberal as applying, because this is what holds your bonnet on... not just the included piece of 3m tape. The 3m is simply to hold it down, while the silicone is securing.
8 / Will I get to see pictures of my piece as it's being created?
To answer this question simply, no. Its extremely difficult to explain each step in the process of making your piece. To avoid confusion, or unless we have questions, we wait until the piece is completely finished to unveil the product to you.
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