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Old 10-05-2017, 01:41 PM
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Another thought is powder coat. You can purchase those kits on eBay right around 100.00. In that small of an area a heat gun will work just as good as an oven. Problem is you'll find yourself powder coating everything especially when you get a hold of some merc blue.
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Powder coat, I thought that was electrically apply. Will that process be as good.

What storm, nothing compares to a hurricane. Lol
All is well done south.
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Powder coat, I thought that was electrically apply. Will that process be as good.

What storm, nothing compares to a hurricane. Lol
All is well done south.
it is electrically applied then baked @ around 400* for the powder to cure.
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Ls1, I stand corrected. Older models are not coated. Looks like now they are making them to last.
my current cooler covers are from Hardin, 8 plate, and 13 plate are not coated. My stuff is is older so no hard coat.
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Powder coat, I thought that was electrically apply. Will that process be as good.

What storm, nothing compares to a hurricane. Lol
All is well done south.

Extremely simple.
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No issues in fresh water ..

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Old 10-06-2017, 09:10 AM
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Wow, OK, I'm sold on the Eastwood powder coating system. Thanks all for the tips.
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