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Re: The coating of parts with powder!

Postby Genesis » Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:43 am

Kid, I've got these two mid pipes for my vance and hines exhaust. they are chrome that I want tobe mate black, you think you might be able todo those?
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Re: The coating of parts with powder!

Postby thatkid » Fri Apr 24, 2009 8:43 am

Genesis wrote:Kid, I've got these two mid pipes for my vance and hines exhaust. they are chrome that I want tobe mate black, you think you might be able todo those?


As long as they aren't too long. My oven is only 16" long right now so that's pretty much the max I can do. If they're under that I should be able to do them.
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Re: The coating of parts with powder!

Postby Genesis » Fri Apr 24, 2009 10:16 am

thatkid wrote:
Genesis wrote:Kid, I've got these two mid pipes for my vance and hines exhaust. they are chrome that I want tobe mate black, you think you might be able todo those?


As long as they aren't too long. My oven is only 16" long right now so that's pretty much the max I can do. If they're under that I should be able to do them.

I will measure them tonight, but I think they are less than 25.4 cm long
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Re: The coating of parts with powder!

Postby Genesis » Fri Apr 24, 2009 5:48 pm

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Genesis wrote:Kid, I've got these two mid pipes for my vance and hines exhaust. they are chrome that I want tobe mate black, you think you might be able todo those?


As long as they aren't too long. My oven is only 16" long right now so that's pretty much the max I can do. If they're under that I should be able to do them.



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Re: The coating of parts with powder!

Postby Genesis » Mon Jun 29, 2009 4:14 pm

Genesis wrote:
thatkid wrote:
Genesis wrote:Kid, I've got these two mid pipes for my vance and hines exhaust. they are chrome that I want tobe mate black, you think you might be able todo those?


As long as they aren't too long. My oven is only 16" long right now so that's pretty much the max I can do. If they're under that I should be able to do them.

I will measure them tonight, but I think they are less than 25.4 cm long

OOPPPSS I forgot about this, there is also a couple exhaust bracket pieces.
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