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Gary E, Jon W. Whitley, VicCyclone
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by hacksaw
hacksaw
can i leave my bushings in when powder coating the swing arm?
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by Gary E
Gary E
I've done both, bead blast and powder coat, to all the black parts (frame, swing arm, cycle parts) and have never had any issues with either process on any of my machines. The heat from the powder coat ovens have never damaged the swing arm silent blocs bushings.
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by Mark Z
Mark Z
One other advantage to powder coating, as soon as it cools, it's as "done" as it will ever be (ready for assembly, no curing time).
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