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craftsman powdercoater? anyone lol

H8R

Cranky Pants
Nov 10, 2004
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That'll work.

Don't tell mom what you're using the electric oven for though.
 

jimmydean

The Official Meat of Ridemonkey
Sep 10, 2001
29,651
2,372
Portland, OR
I used one of these for years:


I rewired it and made it foot controlled rather that the hand trigger. I upgraded to this one a few years ago:



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Eastwood powder is crap and it's wicked expensive. You can usually get powder from a local shop for about $5-$10 a pound (1 pound will do about 3 bike frames on average). I also get a lot of powder from Pendry Powder online.
 

pinkshirtphotos

site moron
Jul 5, 2006
4,680
47
Vernon, NJ
i use the dishwasher with degreaser on bike parts when i overhaul the bike i throw the cassette, crankset, chain, chainrings, ect in it. ive used pots of boiling water for grips before lock on, toaster to heat things up a little bit so i could get stickers off. and moms mix master to make tubeless sealant (she got really mad picking latex and sand off of it)
 

Red Rabbit

Picky Pooper
Jan 27, 2007
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0
Colorado
i use the dishwasher with degreaser on bike parts when i overhaul the bike i throw the cassette, crankset, chain, chainrings, ect in it. ive used pots of boiling water for grips before lock on, toaster to heat things up a little bit so i could get stickers off. and moms mix master to make tubeless sealant (she got really mad picking latex and sand off of it)
WOW. And the buy you a car. We should all be so lucky.