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Old 06-17-2018, 10:14 AM   #1
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Like the title says, I'm looking to outsource this. You'll need to have equipment to lift bike, take off wheels, and paint.



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if you have a person; i'd be more than happy to pay a reasonable rate!
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Like the title says, I'm looking to outsource this. You'll need to have equipment to lift bike, take off wheels, and paint.



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MOST powdercoaters want JUST THE WHEELS, no bearings etc. and will not take the wheels and tires off.

We used to have a sponsor that would, but they have since closed down.
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ah that's too bad. I'm not going to dig TOO hard but if someone had a person that was good; then i'd do it.
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TIM. CONROE POWDERCOATING. 832-818-3905. Yes the wheels have to be off and bearings removed. Tires off also. Get blasted and then coated like new.
About $100. a wheel. / Tell him Stuart referred you.
Look and hold up excellent.
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TIM. CONROE POWDERCOATING. 832-818-3905. Yes the wheels have to be off and bearings removed. Tires off also. Get blasted and then coated like new.
About $100. a wheel. / Tell him Stuart referred you.
Look and hold up excellent.
ty. i dont have means to take the wheel/tire off but this is a good reference.
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painters and coaters are not bike people, not mechanics...I do not know of anyone who is good at either who will mess with the bike... only the parts they are going to take care of for you...you might get one of the forum sponsors to take care of the disassembly for you.
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Like the title says, I'm looking to outsource this. You'll need to have equipment to lift bike, take off wheels, and paint.



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obviously not your bike but do you know what those rims and swingarm are from?
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obviously not your bike but do you know what those rims and swingarm are from?
The wheels look like they are from an R6 lol
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Well at $100 an hour to pay a mechanic to remove wheels, tires and bearings/sprocket etc you are looking at almost $600-700 easily. I suggest you do some research on how to take your wheels off, and wait until you need new tires that will save you some serious time and re-installation fees etc.
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If it's got or tires , it's going to cost you
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Well at $100 an hour to pay a mechanic to remove wheels, tires and bearings/sprocket etc you are looking at almost $600-700 easily. I suggest you do some research on how to take your wheels off, and wait until you need new tires that will save you some serious time and re-installation fees etc.
OP probably not interested in buying tools and stands.
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