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Frame Powder Coater in LA

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Need to get my WR450 frame powder coated live in the LA area any suggestions?

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I remember a magazine article about where Team Yamaha used to take their frames in the pre-alloy days, and I think the name was Pacific Powedercoating, and they knew how to mask off where fasteners went and needed to be bare. I'm about 80% sure that's the name, good luck to you.

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Ive used this guy in the past hes has decent pricing always a lot of different colors of powder in stock taped up everything that needed to be taped or plugged. On one of my frames i needed a little bit of welding and he did that for free which was pretty cool. Cant really say anything bad about him.

He is out in the san fernando valley in van nuys

http://maps.google.com/maps/place?hl=en&oq=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=ajax+powder+coat&fb=1&gl=us&hq=ajax+powder+coat&hnear=Northridge,+CA&cid=10632199166008730876

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+1 for Ajax. I have had them do a lot of work and its alway great.

I'll have to give him a call he isn't far from my place. Do you remember how much he charged?

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Ive used this guy in the past hes has decent pricing always a lot of different colors of powder in stock taped up everything that needed to be taped or plugged. On one of my frames i needed a little bit of welding and he did that for free which was pretty cool. Cant really say anything bad about him.

He is out in the san fernando valley in van nuys

http://maps.google.com/maps/place?hl=en&oq=&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=ajax+powder+coat&fb=1&gl=us&hq=ajax+powder+coat&hnear=Northridge,+CA&cid=10632199166008730876

Thanks for the info. What did he charge you?

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Thanks for the info. What did he charge you?

If i remember correctly it was 190 but that was for blasting and powdercoating the frame subframe and other miscellaneous parts

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