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    Anybody know a good powder coating shop in the GTA?

    I've got some Enkei RPF1s I'd like coated black.
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    2006 350z
    OTA SGT1 #14 GT Challenge GS #19

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    Re: Powder Coater

    I own a custom powder coating shop in Whitby called Brightside Customs. I have plenty of experience with high end rims.

    i believe we even met once at a touge track day? I drive a Black Cooper S that probably had some sort funky coloured rims on it at the time if the jogs your memory.

    Shop number is 905-205-0775 or mike at brightsidecustoms.com

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    • #3
      Re: Powder Coater

      I've used brightside for my 1991 civic valve cover. Good work.

      If thats too far, there's a few other places:


      http://www.byersbush.com/

      http://www.quyscoating.com/?page_id=124

      http://www.carcone.com/wheel-refinishing.html

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      • #4
        Re: Powder Coater

        Thanks guys
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        2006 350z
        OTA SGT1 #14 GT Challenge GS #19

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        • #5
          Re: Powder Coater

          What do you charge for a set of wheels? 19x9.5 and 10.5 in just a basic white?

          Oh and your website has been hacked
          2007 Mazdaspeed6 Bwaahh poppopop bwaahhh

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          • #6
            Re: Powder Coater

            Check out Flash Powder coating in Oshawa.

            Address is :
            842 Farewell St. Oshawa ON.
            www.flashpowdercoating.ca

            I was talking to Brian the other day and he said they can powder coat wheels for around 60$/ea.
            Kyle Tasker
            KT Motorsports
            Driver of the #208 JDS Autosports GT4 Hyundai Tiburon

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            • #7
              Re: Powder Coater

              I had some suspension bits powder coated by Quy's coating in brampton. Amazing customer service and very good work. He even sandblasted and properly masked off certain areas for me. Check him out.

              www.quyscoating.com

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              • #8
                Re: Powder Coater

                I've only tried one and I can only recommend against using them - Force Coatings in Burlington. Cheap and quick but weird people and half-assed work.

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                • #9
                  Re: Powder Coater

                  I can handle all the masking and sandblasting that people request for machined surfaces and such.

                  i also powdercoat calipers and able to dis-assemble and re-assemble all the seals and properly mask off all parts that do not need to be coated.

                  Shoot me an email! i'll give you a racer discount!

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