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Customs Powder Coat in NC or close by

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 54HotRod, Mar 24, 2018.

  1. It's been years since I post here, but I'm finally back on my project and will need a powder coat for my frame soon. I've researched around the coastal area I live in North Caroline. From what I have found there is only one place with an oven big enough within a 100 miles of where I live. I'm not apposed to a five hour trip if the place is good. I live in the Camp Lejeune area and am willing to travel west as far as Charlotte, south past South Myrtle Beach, and north into Virginia. I just need a reputable place that won't charge me all my arms and legs for media blasting and powder coating. Thanks in advance if you have any helpful ideas. Just a picture for an idea of where I'm currently at with this thing. 29497804_10156298583261514_4256700873389747192_n.jpg
  2. GordonC
    Joined: Mar 6, 2006
    Posts: 1,459


    Live Wire Powder Coating in Wilmington NC (910) 409-3569 has done stuff for me before. Give Jeff a call and he will probably give you an idea over the phone what it might cost you. He has huge ovens and a blasting area. Did some wire wheels for me. If you do all the disassembly so that you drop off a bare frame it will save you a lot of money.
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  3. Gordon than you for the information. I have looked up Live Wire, but thought I may want more than just one option. The frame has been going through a full tear down and degrease scrub the past few days.

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  4. krusty40
    Joined: Jan 10, 2006
    Posts: 817


    If you're willing to travel west, try Diversified Finishers, Statesville, NC (704) 878-2912. Off I40 just north of Charlotte. They do a lot of chassis and parts for NASCAR teams and restorers, and did a great job on a semi-gloss chassis for an OT muscle car for me. Ask for Jinx, tell'em Vic sent you.

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  5. 325w
    Joined: Feb 18, 2008
    Posts: 5,155

    from texas

    Local powered coating company cooks the greasy parts in their oven before they blast them.
  6. Thank you I will definitely look them up.

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  7. That sounds expensive since they have to use a bunch of electricity to heat the oven.

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