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Old 08-30-2005, 12:40 PM   #1
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powder coatting on frame and wheels

whats the lowest you can get this job done for?
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

i dunno, i have never down it before. it shouldnt take me but a week if you bring in the frame and wheels stripped.


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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

dont mean to highjack but how much to do levers, rear sets, passanger sets and a couple brackets used on my highmount
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

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dont mean to highjack but how much to do levers, rear sets, passanger sets and a couple brackets used on my highmount
like i said i dont know. i dont do any of that stuff. the original post wasnt directed at anyone soi just answered it :dontknow:

dont know how long
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

oh well heck, lol...in that case i got a buddy that said he would do it for 30 bucks or a case of beer, but since he has to do it at his company there is no tellin how long i/u will have to wait til he has time to do it. that qoute was for my parts, i don't know about wheels but i will ask
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Old 09-04-2005, 07:30 AM   #6
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

I think Lobo does something like that, if not, I recommend Steve over at Precision Powdercoating;
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

Has anyone seen a frame that was Anodized, pros/cons? Powdercoating would be cool but chips would make me cry. With a hard colored Anodizing don't have to worry about chips, corrosion, or about stuff not being able to bolt back to the frame properly.
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

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thanks... does he do car rims as well...
i have sent Lobo one or two messages, but never heard back ... Lobo, get in touch buddy.. i would like to give you the biz before anyone else... thanks... and you do car rims right?
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Re: powder coatting on frame and wheels

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actually.. i dont know if it was this forum or the "other" one.. but Lobo posted a price list for everything... very helpfull! :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup: :biggthumpup:
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thanks.. I greatly appreciate it... do you know if he fixes them too Patrick? I have a few little dings in them
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