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just got my wheels back from the powdercoating guy.



he didn't have to strip the clear off because it is a clear powder, which you can put powder on top of. Here's the great part, he did all 4 wheels (the ENTIRE wheel) for a measly $100 dollars....now from what i hear, thats dirt cheap



Im not necessarily happy with the color, but i can have em re-done for another 100 which brings the Grand Total to $200, which essentially will be 4 coats. I think this is the deal of the century....i might have him powder coat some more stuff for me.
 

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yuloose said:
just got my wheels back from the powdercoating guy.



he didn't have to strip the clear off because it is a clear powder, which you can put powder on top of. Here's the great part, he did all 4 wheels (the ENTIRE wheel) for a measly $100 dollars....now from what i hear, thats dirt cheap



Im not necessarily happy with the color, but i can have em re-done for another 100 which brings the Grand Total to $200, which essentially will be 4 coats. I think this is the deal of the century....i might have him powder coat some more stuff for me.
where in the bay area is this? i have a friend who wants to powdercoat his rims
 

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hell yeah thats dirt cheap. share the wealth man. i wouldnt mind powder coatin g my stock rims. im too broke to afford new ones..lol
 

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Originally posted by twistedGTS
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werd...i was sitting here waiting for pics to load and realized there wern't any.

that is an awesome deal though! wish i knew someone around here to do it for that price.

Originally posted by lowendfrequency
I didn't think you could powdercoat a wheel without stripping it of the stock paint and clear first :confused:
i think he is saying that the stock was powdercoated not painted so they didn't have to strip it.
 
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