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Old 12-24-2009, 12:49 AM
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Jerad at Psyco Customs did some work for me. Did a great job and I though it was reasonable. tell him I told ya to call. He is in Bay City.
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Old 12-24-2009, 01:44 AM
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damn thats alot of powder coaters in MI We might have 2 in Ms.
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I forget the name, but if anybody is contemplating the powder coaters near port clinton on camp perry, DON'T!!!
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http://www.exoticcoatings.com/index2.html

Located near Metro Airport, these guys have been in the business of pc a long time. Check them out. No stranger to doing business with Michigan boat builders either.
They did all the parts on my skater. Boat, trailer, and truck. Sterling uses them for all their coating.
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used these guys for years, they take pride in their work, very professional guys to deal with. located in shelby twp MI

www.qccoatings.com
+1 on Q.C. Coatings
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does anyone know if you have parts that are already powdered coated if you can get them redone a different color?
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sure...they just sand blast off the old pc...
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sure...they just sand blast off the old pc...
be careful with that because you can start wearing your metal away before it all comes off
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Old 12-25-2009, 12:10 PM
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F.Y.I. information I hear not all powder coatings are the same, make sure the color you use is U.V. stabile.
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