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      08-07-2018, 01:20 AM   #1
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Powdercoating wheels in washington?

Live in tumwater Washington anyone know a good source for Powdercoating? Do I really have to be without my wheels for a couple weeks for this process ? How the heck can I get me wheels to a place without the car am I supposed to put my car up on blocks or something ?
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Check out Seattle Powdercoat in Ballard.

They do great work and I found them to be cheaper than many others I inquired with. They do all the prep-work (media blasting) so the heaps of hours I took to strip the wheels was completely unnecessary.

I was scheduled a couple weeks out and only took 2 days after I dropped them off. They have a large assortment of colors in stock but you can order pretty much anything from the various powder coating suppliers they use.
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Check out Seattle Powdercoat in Ballard.

They do great work and I found them to be cheaper than many others I inquired with. They do all the prep-work (media blasting) so the heaps of hours I took to strip the wheels was completely unnecessary.

I was scheduled a couple weeks out and only took 2 days after I dropped them off. They have a large assortment of colors in stock but you can order pretty much anything from the various powder coating suppliers they use.
Thanks! But is it possible to just drop the car off and let them take care of everything ?
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Thanks! But is it possible to just drop the car off and let them take care of everything ?
No. They are a powder coating company, not a auto garage/shop. You'd have to take your car to a shop like Achtuning or 425 Motorsports that I imagine would be happy to do the work for you.
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No. They are a powder coating company, not a auto garage/shop. You'd have to take your car to a shop like Achtuning or 425 Motorsports that I imagine would be happy to do the work for you.
Thatís great thanks for the suggestions!
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