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Does anybody have a good powdercoater they could recommend?? I have a bunch of stuff including wheels that I need done but I'm not getting any solid leads. Help!:duh?:
 

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try a company called sumax they do nice work. Here in Maryland I use Maryland Metal refinishers( in eldersburg MD) good luck and see some samples if you have not heard of them. those two do good work. i am sure that there is a lot of others that do also. BUT I HAVE SEEN [email protected]@T WORK ALSO . LIKE I DID SOME WORK FOR A FENCE COMPANY and watched the guy go from color to color with out cleaning the gun. and grinding takeing place just 30' away that puts [email protected]@T airborn. so you get the idea. be careful!!!!!!!!!
 

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Do you know anyone that is into the custom car scene? I would ask them or check with some car resto places. I could give you the contact info for the shop that did the paint and body work on my 67 Camaro RS/SS and he could probably hook you up. Let me know if you're interested, Una Stamus.
 

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Friend of mine just had a couple of wheels done at Powder Coating Technologies in Plymouth--really nice job and not expensive, I think only $60.00 each---They're in the yellow pages under metal finishers--ph 763.559.4779
 

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We started a new motorcycle business in Lansing MI putting wide tires on HD softails, and have a great powdercoater for our swingarms. The name is Elite Powdercoating (517) 886-1020. Baker Transmission uses them also. Mike, owner, is a nice guy and he is reasonably priced.
 

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Friend of mine just had a couple of wheels done at Powder Coating Technologies in Plymouth--really nice job and not expensive, I think only $60.00 each---They're in the yellow pages under metal finishers--ph 763.559.4779

This is what I'm looking for, I just couldn't find any listings for non-commercial powdercoaters. Thanks Bob.
 
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