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    Powder Coat your frame

    Bryan at Powdertek does great work. He powdercoated my old specialized hardrock frame and made it look like a new bike. My sons is really happy with his new ride.

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    What town are we talking here? Never heard of Powdertek. North or South Carolina?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatTireGoose
    What town are we talking here? Never heard of Powdertek. North or South Carolina?
    Powdertek is located in Asheville at 191 Lyman Street. Phone number is 279-2117 and Bryan's email address is [email protected]
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    Thanks for the info Flair. Always nice to have options. I've had good luck with Asheville paint and Powdercoat but they can be pricey. What the frame alone cost you if you don't mind me asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatTireGoose
    Thanks for the info Flair. Always nice to have options. I've had good luck with Asheville paint and Powdercoat but they can be pricey. What the frame alone cost you if you don't mind me asking.
    He had it for 3 days and charged $100. I was very happy with the frame. I will get my road bike done this winter.
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    Hmmm, 'bout the same then. I had my YZ450 frame PC'ed last winter at A P&PC for $125.




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    do you have to prepare the frame yourself first (sanding, remove old paint)?

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    prep work?

    do you have to prepare the frame yourself first (sanding, remove old paint)?

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    Can I play with that YZ450?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikenMoto
    do you have to prepare the frame yourself first (sanding, remove old paint)?

    yes, i did prepare the frame before I took it in.
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