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Old 03-20-2008, 09:03 AM
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Thanks for the info - I have picked up ome powder off ebay but will check out this seller as well. do have an electric oven at my shop for powdercoating, just haven't tried to use it yet

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Originally Posted by techron
hey 66 chevy, i use the HF gun too. it's the same as eastwoods but cheaper. try a kitchen oven instead of a toaster oven. you will love it. the only thing that makes me mad is you can't do really big parts like rear axel housings or tube axels--they won't fit in the oven...

here is a tip: preheat big parts in the oven before you spray the powder on. make sure the parts are clean (i usually bead blast them first) ...

EDIT: also i buy my powders, hi-temp tape, hi-temp plugs off ebay. there is a seller in utah (can't remember the name) that sells good stuff for cheap. just search (powdercoat) on ebay...
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