POWDER COAT

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Powder coat is typically used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint. It is one of the toughest finishes that can be applied to most metals and some other materials that can handle the cure process. 
Powder coating is process that is performed by applying a free-flowing dry powder to a part electrostatically. Once the powder is applied, the part is oven-cured which allows the powder to bond to the part. 
 
Powder coat advantages: 
  •  Tough and durable finish
  •  Choice of many colors
  • Choice of sheen, gloss vs. flat
  • Texture options
  • Looks as good as if not better than conventional paint
    
Items that can be powder coated include auto parts, wheels, motorcycle parts/frames, bycicle components, furniture, railing, etc...
 
A picture is valuable when quoting, please feel free to text/email pics of your project.
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Package your parts to save money and time

Package your ride to save money and time. This will allow you to end up with your finished product in one shot. Bring your bike in and we can take off and re-install making this as conveniant for you as possible.
Or take off the parts your self and bring in all  at once.