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This site is awesome thank you guys for the info..........its really helped me out. Here are some pics of my FLHT that I powder coated with a eastwood gun and a 20.00 toaster oven lol Iam getting a real house hold oven soon...keep the pics comeing
So I was cruising through freecycle.org and came across this ad:
"Several misc. children's bikes and parts for bikes. Many of them are rusting due to sitting out in the elements. They could be cleaned up and repaired and would make a child very happy. We would like these to go to someone who is going to use the parts to repair bikes and not just someone who will pick them up for scrap metal, as we could scrap them ourselves."
If you're not familiar with freecycle it is a site where you can list things you are getting rid of or things you want but everything listed has to be free. Its a way to keep the land fills from over flowing with stuff that someone else may find useful. I contacted the people and they said they would bring them to me after I told them that at this time of year I find things like this and coat them and give them to needy families at Christmas. They showed up at my house an hour later with a trailer with 7 bikes in it. The sequence of pics shows the 7 bikes and the before and after pics of 2 small kids bikes I did in match schemes.
Aluminum turbo compressor housing- sanded, polished, and coated w/ Eastwood Anodized Red. Quite a P.I.T.A to sand smooth and polish lol. Done with the Hobby Gun and cured in a toaster oven.
Im in the process of doing a big batch of items for some project cars I have going with our High Gloss Black topped with our Ultra Clear. Love how "deep" the black looks with this combo!
Here's a bad photo of some spindles I did last week. Better pics of the rest I promise!
and some other suspension bits
2 things I powder coated this weekend.
Rear axle beam in Eastwood High Gloss Black and Ultra Gloss Clear
A motor mount bracket in Eastwood wrinkle black
This is my first post, though I've been lurking for over a year.... did these last weekend.
Just a couple parts from a garden tractor project.
This is what I call harbor freight orange,better known as HF red lol.
Spindle shafts are coated in Cermalube.
Looks red in the pic,but is closer to chevy orange than red.
Prepping the wheels for chrome and clear now.
I did a set of exhaust for a guy . He has a Kawasaki Concours; he had it painted up as Marine Corp tribute bike. I did them in high gloss black blended to green.