I have the dual voltage one... Love it.... Advice....PREP, PREP, PREP and then prep again.... pay close attention to the temp each powder needs... then make sure you hands are clean when you handle the part!kdhutch said:I ordered a powder coat kit from Eastwood.com and wondered if anyone had any advice or tips?
Where you at? I just got back from Shoja... in the heart of darkness...South of Khandaharkdhutch said:I appreciate that Mikoloe
1.5 years at COP Carwile; 7/8 of the way from Kabul to Ghazni. Before that I spent 8 months with the French Marines at COP Hutnik in Kapisa. I have some buddies at COP Castle with the Marines, glad I'm not there!SFCMcGan said:Where you at? I just got back from Shoja... in the heart of darkness...South of Khandaharkdhutch said:I appreciate that Mikoloe
UMD, are you still in?usmarinedelta said:Semper Fi. I've powder coated before but eventually got rid of it because I had nothing else to powder coat on my previous bike lol. One thing I would suggest is when you bake it, don't bake it in your home oven or it'll create a chemical smell. If your doing bolts and levers a small toaster over will work fine. Or if you have the space for it I'd suggest buying like a used kitchen oven from craigslist. It's really fun watching the bolts and parts come out. I wish all our chrome parts were metal if so I would of bought another powder coater. Good luck!