AN Fittings

Old 11-29-2008, 10:16 PM
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Any of you guys ever sent your AN fittings to the powdercoater to get coated ?

I would of course have them not do the inside of the fitting, looking to clean up the old fittings I have without spending a lot of money on new ?

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Old 11-30-2008, 12:13 AM
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I haven't personally done it but the powder coater here in Monroe, La. will powder coat anything, i do think you'll have to keep the steel one's seperate from the alum one's because they have to acid dip them for cleaning and i think they use a different acid for alum and steel, but not sure.

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Old 11-30-2008, 07:48 PM
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Come on now David you must have to much time on your hands. By the time you get an fittings powdercoated I don't think you would have saved enough money to be worth that amount of time. If you save any! If your that bored come help me put this dragster back together. The guy that drove it last was 6'5" Im 5'9" I look like a BB in a boxcar.
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Old 11-30-2008, 08:10 PM
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Originally Posted by dparker
Come on now David you must have to much time on your hands. By the time you get an fittings powdercoated I don't think you would have saved enough money to be worth that amount of time. If you save any! If your that bored come help me put this dragster back together. The guy that drove it last was 6'5" Im 5'9" I look like a BB in a boxcar.
I know that feeling, last 2 guys that drove my car also 6'5 I am like you 5'9.

I love detail, the powdercoater is cheaper then buying new fittings for everything, I tried the easy off oven spray last year to take them back to metal didnt work very good at all.
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