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Powder coating vs wrapping

By cabrioletsch

64 days ago


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    “Powder coating vs wrapping”

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    #1 64 days ago

    I know powder coating is great. But it is alsof expensive and permanent. So i think wrapping is a cool second best option. What do you Guys think
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    PS before you answer. Wrapping your pinn is about 25 bucks

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    #3 64 days ago

    I did my SS years ago in crocodile. IT is undamaged still.

    #7 64 days ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    If you're skilled enough to be able to apply it without creases or folds, sure why not.
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    Good material. A hairdryer and a boxcutter. A little dedication. And your allright.

    #9 64 days ago
    Quoted from Bax1:

    I like it. can probably get some crazy combo's going. just wonder how well the durability will be. where are you ordering the wrap from?

    Not as durable as powder coating. But my SS is done in crocodile wrap 4 years ago now.

    #18 61 days ago

    Tdk done to

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    #19 61 days ago

    In black metallic vinyl that changes from blue tot purple.

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