Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Martman, Sep 23, 2015.
Can anyone recommend a good powder coating shop locally?
Thanks in advance.
Extreme Powder Coating (EPC) did a rear subframe on my GSA a few years ago. A very good job with reasonable pricing and good service. Have not seen their ads in a while though so no idea if they are still around.
Never used them.
Thanks guys, will check them out.
Couldn't seem to locate them so the interweb (and Keith) steered me to Atlantic Metal Coatings. Will be dropping off my RZ500 wheels next week for a refresh.
On the note of RZ500's, there was one spotted around town this summer - anyone know the owner by chance??
I have used Atlantic Metal coatings before and have nothing bad to say about the jobs but they are more of an industrial based business where Extreme is/was a more personal type experience. Let us know how it works out.
I believe I spotted you "tuning" the RZ a little while back. I was with clients on Honeysuckle. Sounded great. When my appointment was finished I drove by trying to spot you but by then I think you had it tucked away. I have my antique 2 stroke running pretty good now. Drop me a note if you want to pop by and cheque it out. Not as fast as an RZ, but a lot older and rarer.
Nope not me. This thing came as a rolling chassis and a partly disassembled engine. It'll be a ton of work but that's the fun of it. i think I saw your old gem at Toy Box quite some time ago. Very cool.
That was mine, now I am wondering if it was a 500 or a 350 I saw.
I was offered a spin on a 500 when I was around 19. Wisely I refused...but have regretted it ever since.
Awesome bike in its day, I owned one for a few years in the late eighties. Man I feel old..
Very old thread resurrected... recently had some powder coating done on some motorcycle pieces. Used "Pro Coat Industries" 105 Clyde Avenue. Same crowd selling truck accessories and light bars. They did a great job. Decent price but took almost 4 weeks. Looks like they are busy. I would use them again.
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