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    Anyone on here do powder coating.

    For my sons wagon I got these nice interlocking corner brackets to hold the top of the sides together.





    Iíve thought about painting them but donít think that will hold up the best. If anyone does any powered coating Iíd be more than happy to sent them out to be done. Classic Deere Green please.




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    Member MDrew does quite a bit of it, but the way they interlock Iíd think the PC would just chip easily.
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    j3 driver-i had a set of them on my little wheel horse trailer back in the early 80's-and we painted one part red, and one part white. they held up quite nicely over the yrs. i say primer them , and paint them. at least i would try it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Member MDrew does quite a bit of it, but the way they interlock Iíd think the PC would just chip easily.
    Powder-coat, or paint, it won't stay on at the mating joints. Removing/Installing the boards, and movement while attached and traveling will damage the painted surface. Grant it, the color might stay on flat area.

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    Most of these corner brackets are Zinc/Galvanized.

    Note: Oil or alkyd based paints are not recommended for use on galvanized steel. Instead, you should use a metal primer specifically designed for use on galvanized steel. This can be followed with a coat of latex paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J3 Driver View Post
    If anyone does any powered coating Iíd be more than happy to sent them out to be done. Classic Deere Green please.
    Have you looked for a local PC company ?
    Po Dunk Roanoke has at least three PC companies, each of them would do it.

    Google your area,,, or,,, FIND a PHONE BOOK!!

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    Spray them with clear lacquer and be done . I like the hardware look . Kevin .
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    Send MDrew a PM and have it done if he'll do it. If they chip after use it's all good as it will give it that rustic used look.
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    I have classic JD green powder. How many brackets do you need done?
    I am not a professional powder coater, but we do coating most days/evenings and always on the weekend. I think I would want a primer, the green and a clear coat to help resist chipping. I think they may chip, but could be touched up with JD green paint.

    Let me know I'm sure we can work something out.
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    Just for the record J3 and I did work something out. I shipped them back to him today. I got them on Thursday and wanted to ship them out on Friday. I failed, got hung up at work until after 5 and the post office was closed.
    I guess I only took 1 pic. (busy night)




    Because they were galvanized at 1 point I off gassed them to make sure none of the powder bubbled. I thing they turned out good. We'll see what J3 thinks about Tuesday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDrew View Post
    Just for the record J3 and I did work something out. I shipped them back to him today. I got them on Thursday and wanted to ship them out on Friday. I failed, got hung up at work until after 5 and the post office was closed.
    I guess I only took 1 pic. (busy night)




    Because they were galvanized at 1 point I off gassed them to make sure none of the powder bubbled. I thing they turned out good. We'll see what J3 thinks about Tuesday.
    Canít wait to see them. What setup do you use for your gun and oven?


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