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Old 02-03-2010, 01:01 PM   #7
snowcatxx87
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Originally Posted by jurrian @ eas View Post
Incorrect. There is some truth to what your saying, but that's only if the heat used to bake the powdercoat on is too high. If done properly and all the steps are taken to prevent this from happening, then you'll get a perfectly good wheel.
I'm not believing everything I hear, kind of a low jab coming from a sponser, isn't it? Basically calling me gullible and on the verge of stupidity.

This information came from a local powdercoating shop, and they do not recommend wheels for this reason.
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