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    Where to get a frame custom painted in NJ?

    Anyone know where to get a frame custom painted, preferably within a 20 mile radius of the Princeton area? I'm just curious as it seems like an interesting option in the future in case I get tired of my current frame color. If there is such a place, anyone have an idea as to how much it would cost? Thanks!
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    Thanks Clutch!

    Apologies, I should of done a search first, but who knew an exact thread existed already? I wrote off the search feature too quickly I guess.

    Thanks again!
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    There is a place on 518 north of Lambertville that can do it, I'm not sure but it may be called Wheelfine cycles. I called them last year about painting a frame for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleshandbone
    There is a place on 518 north of Lambertville that can do it, I'm not sure but it may be called Wheelfine cycles. I called them last year about painting a frame for me.
    You know, I've passed that place dozens of times and never stopped in. I'll have to give them a shout if I decide to do this. Have you ever stopped in there? Is it a good shop?
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    Feel free to contact me for your Powder Coating needs

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    There is a place in Waretown just south of Sea Side on 9 cant remember the name found them in the back of Velo News. They claim they specialize in bicycle frames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Throttle Twister
    There is a place in Waretown just south of Sea Side on 9 cant remember the name found them in the back of Velo News. They claim they specialize in bicycle frames.

    Thats the color factory. I had a frame painted by them last year and it came out alright. I think if I got something with less pivots than my DH bike painted it would have come out great. Either way for the price it was great and fast service as well.

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    im going to start doing some home anodizing soon. looking for people who will kick a few bucks to let me try some small parts like handlebars and junk.

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    Does stuff need to be bare metal to ano? Like for instance say you had black bars... you couldn't change the colors on those could you? Just curious.

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