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    Big K's son KeithKman's Avatar
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    Think this paint job will hold up? *PICS*

    My Riva grate had a few scartches in it so I took it to the local powder coating place. They stripped the black off and powder coated it yellow.

    Think it will hold up? I'll be riding this weekend.
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    Hold up or not...It looks good!

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    Looks great! It will hold up until you hit something which is inevitable
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    looks like a banana

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    Powder coat is amazingly durable. You'll get scratches and wear-off, but will be less noticable than it would on a black one.

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    Looks good...For your sake i sure hope nobody gets to see it while your in the water..

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    I'll let you guys know how it holds up. Only cost me $26. Not bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KeithKman View Post
    I'll let you guys know how it holds up. Only cost me $26. Not bad.

    a good powdercoat job should last, it will get some rough spots in it but other than that it should be great

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    Quote Originally Posted by mongorunner View Post
    a good powdercoat job should last, it will get some rough spots in it but other than that it should be great

    Checked the grate after riding all day today. Still looks brand new and super clean. I'll post pics in the morning.

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    As long as they stripped it completely... it should hold up pretty well! Don't think there's any better way to go then powder coat!

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