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alaric89

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« Reply #30 on: July 20, 2012, 08:02:58 AM »

If I had 5 kids I wouldn't function at all. I barely keep my cars on the road with three, and hell one of those is a adult. I am interested on how you aquired the means to privately do powder coating. I am really having rust issues and would love to just weld things up and have them fixed permanantly. If your interested can you put the conversation on the "tips" thread?
http://bbs.freetalklive.com/guns-drugs-and-crazy-independence-stuff/mad-max-off-the-grid-tips-n'-tricks/

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« Reply #31 on: August 10, 2012, 02:29:52 PM »

If I had 5 kids I wouldn't function at all. I barely keep my cars on the road with three, and hell one of those is a adult. I am interested on how you aquired the means to privately do powder coating. I am really having rust issues and would love to just weld things up and have them fixed permanantly. If your interested can you put the conversation on the "tips" thread?
http://bbs.freetalklive.com/guns-drugs-and-crazy-independence-stuff/mad-max-off-the-grid-tips-n'-tricks/

My powdercoating days were stemmed from getting layed off at my job (avionics tech at an aircraft manufacturing company) I did a bunch of research, found out it was pretty simple to do, but also very messy. I was lucky and had a buddy give me an old kitchen oven, other than that I purchased the necessary hardware both locally and online. Powder is fairly cheap online and comes in a variety of colors and textures and the process i had to learn on my own. The biggest thing I had to learn was prep, cleaning and preparing the parts for the pain make a world of difference on a finished product.
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