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post #1 of 3 Old 07-23-2013, 04:32 AM Thread Starter
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Powder coat frame

I'm getting ready to powder coat everything under my truck. Redoing my lift and putting a 4 link front suspension all chrome and powder coated. Even the axles and bolts getting coated. My frame Isn't rusted just has that stupid rubber coating. Trying to decide if I should bite the bullet and pull the frame off too.

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Damn sounds like a project. Goodluck

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I would not powdercoat the frame because when it chips, moisture might go under it and rust will start to build up. And removing or fixing the powdercoat needs a lot of work.
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