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Old 09-19-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Reputable powdercoating in H-town?

I'm very seriously considering having my rims painted lime green. Anyone know of any GOOD, and REPUTABLE powdercoating places around here?

Preferably someone who several people have used?

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GULF COAST POWDERCOATING off of 517
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used him on 5 bikes so far. great work good price
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I'm very seriously considering having my rims painted lime green. Anyone know of any GOOD, and REPUTABLE powdercoating places around here?

Preferably someone who several people have used?

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Same here. I have a few parts I want to powder coat.
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Old 09-19-2013, 02:18 PM   #5
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GULF COAST POWDERCOATING off of 517
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Is that guy still in business?
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Old 09-19-2013, 02:21 PM   #6
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Heres the kicker though, I'm not 100% ecstatic about ripping my tires down, TAKING THE TIRE OFF (which I have absolutely no tools to do) and having my bike down for knows how long.

For those of you who've taken tires down yourselves, did you do it yourself or did you have a shop do it?
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Heres the kicker though, I'm not 100% ecstatic about ripping my tires down, TAKING THE TIRE OFF (which I have absolutely no tools to do) and having my bike down for knows how long.

For those of you who've taken tires down yourselves, did you do it yourself or did you have a shop do it?
Hop and Motorcycles Unlimited can take the tires off for you and send them for you, I believe
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Is that guy still in business?
yup, I do a lot of the smaller stuff for him and he does the larger items. I specialize in show quality stuff, candies, flakes etc etc like moto and car rims, engine pieces etc etc etc, he likes the bigger industrial goodies.
I have the bright flourescent green in stock, also a candy lime green which looks wicked over a flaked basecoat and also a psycho lime green in stock.

You also need the tires removed and the bearing set as well.
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Old 09-19-2013, 02:32 PM   #9
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yup, I do a lot of the smaller stuff for him and he does the larger items. I specialize in show quality stuff, candies, flakes etc etc like moto and car rims, engine pieces etc etc etc, he likes the bigger industrial goodies.
I have the bright flourescent green in stock, also a candy lime green which looks wicked over a flaked basecoat and also a psycho lime green in stock.

You also need the tires removed and the bearing set as well.
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Oh yeah, I've been doing powder for the people on this forum for 5 years or more.
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ScooterTrash does quality work... I would use him....
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Thanks a lot for the reply guys.

Looks like ScooterTrash may fit the bill here.

ST- keep your eyes peeled for a PM.


Cheers guys!
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Heres the kicker though, I'm not 100% ecstatic about ripping my tires down, TAKING THE TIRE OFF (which I have absolutely no tools to do) and having my bike down for knows how long.

For those of you who've taken tires down yourselves, did you do it yourself or did you have a shop do it?
Motorcycles Unlimited can take toy wheels off and on and store your bike. They have powdercoaters that they use. Did mine and fantastic work!
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