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post #1 of 18 Old 12-21-12, 13:49 Thread Starter
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Powder Coating West Coast

Hello,

I wanted to share some recent powder coating work I have done and offer my services to all the forum members. I am located on the west coast.

I will offer special pricing to the forum members. For pricing keep in mind a singe piece will be more expensive to do than multiple pieces done together in the same color.

PM me If you have any questions

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Nice work! If you were more local, I'd hit you up for my wheels!
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pulling my 675 stuff this week, you good for doing bolt heads?

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Nice work! If you were more local, I'd hit you up for my wheels!
San Francisco is plenty close :-)


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pulling my 675 stuff this week, you good for doing bolt heads?
Thanks for the update!

Bolt heads are good for me but I don't know if they will fit in the oven. I'm going to have to improvise.


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Is it viable to powder coat a worm-gear clamp? Not concerned about the screw, as I can turn it in a non-visible direction.

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