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This guy does nice powder coating and painting of Ducati/moto parts

I just had someone that I found on ebay, powder coat some DP Billet turn signals for me. He did very good work and had really fast turn around time. His aol homepage is: http://www.hometown.aol.com/oc....html and his ebay id is gerrybuell. You may have seen his painted Ducati mirrors on ebay before, his does very good work. Just thought this might help some of you out there who have powder coating and painting needs.
 
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Re: This guy does nice powder coating and painting of Ducati/moto parts (Ducaholic)

Hey mate,

Where is he located? I'm looking to get some wheels powdercoated... (im' in CT too)
 
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Re: This guy does nice powder coating and painting of Ducati/moto parts (rebelpacket)

He's in FL. His turnaround time is really fast, like it took 1 day for my turn signals. He got 'em on Tues and did the work and shipped them out Wed and I received them today. hey Reb, we should ride sometime when the weather gets good. G' luck.
 
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Looks a bit pricey.

I have a powdercoat system and can do wheels for $50 each. Pressure plates for $25.

I bead blast all parts and then an acetone bath to remove any residual oils prior to coating.

I can also do frames, case covers ,etc.

I'm right in the middle of tearing down my friend's 748 for a frame coating and I have a '98 916 -so Duc parts are very familiar to me.

Email if you'd like to see some pics of my work.

Eric
 
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