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marco.da.man
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Powder coat sump

Post by marco.da.man » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:09 pm

Hi guys

I was wandering if any off you has ever had there sump powder coated and if so what steps did you take before it went to powder coaters ?
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d170sam
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Powder coat sump

Post by d170sam » Mon Mar 12, 2018 9:10 am

Had mine done, no prep just gave it to them, they did sandblast it then paint it with zinc primer before coating it, any good powdercoaters will do the prep for you, one bit of advice: more is cheaper with powdercoaters, one or two small bits will cost a bomb, but if you do a whole pile of stuff it gets cheaper, I got two engine brackets done cost £70, then I had both wishbones, front subframe, and 4/5 other bits and it cost £200
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marco.da.man
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Powder coat sump

Post by marco.da.man » Mon Mar 12, 2018 3:07 pm

yeah already had aload off bits done by him and found that out as had quiet a bit of stuff done
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Wishbones.jpg
Wheel Tray.jpg
Rear Frame.jpg
Rad Bracket.jpg
Knuckles, Rear Drum Plates, Caliper Bracket, Engine Brackets Etc.jpg
Gear Box MOunt, Rear Axel Bracket, Suspension Tops and few other bits.jpg
Front Sub Frame.jpg
Engine Mount, Bumper Bracket and Other Bits.jpg
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Powder coat sump

Post by d170sam » Mon Mar 12, 2018 6:08 pm

Pretty much the same parts as I had done :)
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