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Best Trick For Doing Pinstriping

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I saw this post and thought I'd pass along this info in the hopes that it might help someone out. Theres a company called "line o tape" that makes pinstripe tapes. I use their chrome tape all the time as trim for the chrome pieces on interior, dash trim etc etc. For some applications I've found that their adhesive isn't strong enough. On interiors that can be cured by adding a little glue. On exterior a simple clearcoat over them would void the adhesive problem as well. It can be bought in most common colors as well as Chrome and Gold and it also comes in several widths ( the tape I normally use is .010 in width). I don't have a phone number for them but their address is listed below. Hope this helps someone.


Line O Tape

Pinstripe Tapes

7911 S. Suburban Road

Centerville, Ohio 45458

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The problem is it ain't a straight line.

The body line drops in the middle of the door

I tried to order the last link's tapes, but shopping cart doesn't work

Guess I'll have to take a couple of shots of vodka and see if I can do it free hand.....

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