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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-20-2008, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Powdercoating shops

I made my own luggage rack for my fjcruiser now I need to get it powdercoated anyone know any shops in the suburbs?

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Talk to Firebretha. I think he has a shop over in Aurora where he can do some basic powdercoating. I think the name of his place is Firespeed. I would shoot him a PM or visit his website.

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https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...ber.php?u=3950

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If it will fit in an oven Rick should be able to take care of you. I have used him many many times, all will perfect results. Ask him how careful he was with my clutch cover for my 996 so it didn't leak oil. (for those that do not know, it's a dry clutch)
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If it will fit in an oven Rick should be able to take care of you. I have used him many many times, all will perfect results. Ask him how careful he was with my clutch cover for my 996 so it didn't leak oil. (for those that do not know, it's a dry clutch)
A big oven this thing is 50 inches wide by 98 long.

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A big oven this thing is 50 inches wide by 98 long.

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Try this place in Crystal Lake, Precision Powder Coating @ 815-455-6612.

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Talk to Firebretha. I think he has a shop over in Aurora where he can do some basic powdercoating. I think the name of his place is Firespeed. I would shoot him a PM or visit his website.

www.firespeed.com
https://www.chicagolandsportbikes.com...ber.php?u=3950


Awesome! I did not know this. Pretty damn good prices too. I may be having some things done this winter.

Thanks for the heads up.

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Try this place in Crystal Lake, Precision Powder Coating @ 815-455-6612.
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