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post #1 of 4 Old 08-14-2012, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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Powder Coating In VA

Looking for somewhere to get some wheels powder coated. Can be located anywhere between Richmond and VA Beach since I about in the middle of the two. I found a place in VA Beach that says on their website they will do 16" rims for $70 ea which I guess isn't a bad price but if I can find somewhere cheaper that would be even better. Thanks.

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How did the power coating go?


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I've decided that I'm going to take them to Stroker's Unlimited. It's a little bit more of a drive but I've met him before and I know he does good work and supports the powerstroke community. Just waiting on my new bilsteins to come in so I can finish my suspension and test fit the tires before I spend a bunch of time and money on something that's not going to work out the way I want it.

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I am looking to get my diff covers power coated. Lol, its on my to do list, but i keep changing my mind, now im looking at makeing my own bumper, lol, then haveing it powercoated
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